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User Module Access report

User Module Access report

User Module Access report

(OP)
Hi There,
We use Macola 7.8.200 progression WorkFlow and Sql 2008 server (on Win 2012 r2)

We have auditors, and they want me to get a report of all the users who have access to macola and the modules they have access to and the access level( maintain, view etc).
I'm not sure if there is a table or from macola we can do a report to get this.
I checked the Screens database and looked through the table.

I see Syscomp_Sql table has the user and menu name, and menu level but not sure what the menu level indicates.I see 0 through 3 there.
I'm not sure which will be a good table or if we can run something from macola to get list of all users and their access level.
Otherwise we may have to go to Visual Menu builder and look at each user and do screen shot of each users access. That's a lot of work we have lot of users.
I will appreciate if anybody have a easier method

RE: User Module Access report

Did you ever get a solution for this?

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RE: User Module Access report

(OP)
No

RE: User Module Access report

There is a report in System Manager under Lists-2 called 'User List' that shows what menus/programs each person has access to. You could also report directly on the SCREENS database but the data for the menu structure is hierarchical so not the easiest to build reports on.

Peter Shirley
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RE: User Module Access report

I have a report that does this but it is for sale.

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