Time Phase Inquiry

Hello,



I am looking for Time_Phase_Inquiry. Mfgsys, but system crashes
everything I try to save this from File -> Send.





Can someone provide me with codes in the <shortcut> </shortcut>.



I am trying to create a external shortcut to this menu.





Daniel



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Have any of you ever had the need to lock the system down to a specific user?

We need to lock down a specific user to only have have access to Job, PO, SO, and Reciept entry screens. Furthermore, this user can only have access to the following:

1. A particular Customer and only see and enter SO's related that Customer.
2. Only see and enter jobs belonging to that user (Planner field).
3. Only see and enter PO's belonging to that user (Buyer Field).
4. Only see and enter Receipts belonging to the that user (PO Buyer).


So far, I have locked down the menu screen only allowing them access to particular programs. I have also created a Territory that is linked to the Customer. This allows the user to only view and enter details for that particular customer.

The only way I can figure out how to secure the other programs is to write BPM's hardcoded with the user name or security group? Any other thoughts? I've been weaving my way around the BPM methods, but fear that writing the code is a bit out of my league.

Any other ideas?

Jen
On 7/7/2010 4:41 PM, jendmp wrote:
> Have any of you ever had the need to lock the system down to a specific user?
> We need to lock down a specific user to only have have access to Job, PO, SO, and Reciept entry screens. Furthermore, this user can only have access to the following:

If you have reason not to trust them, then why are they working for you?!

-W
Good Day:

Create a group with just one meber.
Create a menu with desired porgrams.
Add new menu to new group
Delete user from all other groups.
This assumes you use pny menu security, end not Function security.


len.hartka@...



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Subject: Re: [Vantage] Locking down the system by User/Customer




On 7/7/2010 4:41 PM, jendmp wrote:
> Have any of you ever had the need to lock the system down to a
specific user?
> We need to lock down a specific user to only have have access to Job,
PO, SO, and Reciept entry screens. Furthermore, this user can only have
access to the following:

If you have reason not to trust them, then why are they working for
you?!

-W





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Hi Jen,

I haven't tried this so I don't know if it'll work but...

In Menu Maintenance, on the Security tab there's a sub-tab called "Disallow Access". If you selected the specific user in here for the programs he/she isn't allowed access, I wonder would that work? You'd have a lot of Security IDs to change though.


Nigel.

--- In vantage@yahoogroups.com, "jendmp" <jmesiano@...> wrote:
>
> Have any of you ever had the need to lock the system down to a specific user?
>
> We need to lock down a specific user to only have have access to Job, PO, SO, and Reciept entry screens. Furthermore, this user can only have access to the following:
>
> 1. A particular Customer and only see and enter SO's related that Customer.
> 2. Only see and enter jobs belonging to that user (Planner field).
> 3. Only see and enter PO's belonging to that user (Buyer Field).
> 4. Only see and enter Receipts belonging to the that user (PO Buyer).
>
>
> So far, I have locked down the menu screen only allowing them access to particular programs. I have also created a Territory that is linked to the Customer. This allows the user to only view and enter details for that particular customer.
>
> The only way I can figure out how to secure the other programs is to write BPM's hardcoded with the user name or security group? Any other thoughts? I've been weaving my way around the BPM methods, but fear that writing the code is a bit out of my league.
>
> Any other ideas?
>
> Jen
>