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Enable / Disable MenuStrip Items based on a UserAccess Table from Database

Enable / Disable MenuStrip Items based on a UserAccess Table from Database

Enable / Disable MenuStrip Items based on a UserAccess Table from Database

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Hello,

I am trying to control my Windows Form Menu Item based on a list of access (already in place) by user. When the form loads I am getting the current user name and getting a list of forms the user has access to. So my store procedure return a list like this

CODE -->

Receiving 1
Receiving 2
Shipping 2 

My menu looks something like this

CODE -->

Receiving
Receiving 1
Receiving 2
Receiving 3
Shipping
Shipping 1
Shipping 2
Shipping 3
Tools
Tools 1
Tools 2
Tools 3

I ant to be able to on load disable all menu items then enable just the menu items the user has access to in this case (Receiving 1, Receiving 2, Shipping 2)

So the final menu would look like this

CODE -->

Receiving
Receiving 1
Receiving 2
Receiving 3
Shipping
Shipping 1
Shipping 2
Shipping 3
Tools
Tools 1
Tools 2
Tools 3

Thanks for any help with this
RJL

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