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- Mandanten file security
Define the Mandant field for a security group
Applies to User Roles:
You must have the SysAdmin capability word to use this procedure.
You must define the Mandant field to enable the Mandanten file security feature.
To define the Mandant field for a security group:
- Click Tailoring > Database Manager.
The Database Manager form (format.prompt.db.g) opens.
- In the Form field, type scmandant.g.
- Click Search.
The Mandanten Field Restriction form (scmandant.g) opens.
- In the File Name field, type or select the name of the file you want to protect.
In the Mandant Field Name field, type the name of the field you want Service Manager to read when it checks whether an operator meets the filtering conditions.
Note: This field must either be defined in the file you select or be defined in another file as a virtual join.
- If the Mandant field is a virtual join field, type the following additional information:
- In the Linkage Field Name field, type the name of the field that stores the virtual join reference.
- In the Source File Name field, type the name of the external file that contains the Mandant field.
In the Source Field Name field, type the name of the external field that stores the Mandant field values you want Service Manager to read when it checks whether an operator meets the filtering conditions.
Note: If the source field contains an array of values, then Service Manager will search the array for valid filtering conditions. If any one of the filtering conditions is met, then the operator will have access to the file.
- In the Exclude Field field, type any values that you want Service Manager to exclude from queries against the Mandant field.
- Click Add.
Service Manager displays the message:
scmandant record added.