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OBS rights exist while the object is not associated with an OBS

Question asked by urmas on Dec 15, 2015
Latest reply on Jan 5, 2016 by urmas

Just wondering again...

 

Looking at some rights in v13.3 system I concluded that fro some objects OBS rights exist while the object is not associated with an OBS.

How did that happen?

It is possible to assign those rights users, groups etc, but would they really work if the object is not associated with an OBS.

That means that the instances are not associated with any unit and thus the rights should not work- right?

 

Is it possible that the those objects were once associated with an that or another OBS but that association is not removed?

(There is nobody who can tell)

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