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$ACCESS and $INTERFACE usage

Question asked by diogo.nobrega on Mar 13, 2018
Latest reply on Mar 13, 2018 by Chi_Chen

Hi everyone,

 

I've been observing in HTMPL forms two common structures which are mainly used for access conditions: $ACCESS and $INTERFACE. I'm believing they are referring the current role of the user, based on its usage:

$ACCESS.admin
$ACCESS.call_mgr
$ACCESS.notify
$INTERFACE.sd_admin;
$INTERFACE.sd_analyst;
$INTERFACE.sd_employee;
$INTERFACE.sd_customer;
$INTERFACE.kt_admin;
$INTERFACE.kt_manager;
$INTERFACE.kt_engineer;
$INTERFACE.kt_analyst;
$INTERFACE.kt_customer;
$INTERFACE.tn_admin;

All of these above are columns of 'Role' table. However, it seems the $ACCESS word refers to functional access in a Access Type, based on the usage below:

$ACCESS.FAC_iss;
$ACCESS.FAC_cr;
$ACCESS.FAC_in;
$ACCESS.FAC_pr;
$ACCESS.FAC_chg;
$ACCESS.FAC_nr
$ACCESS.FAC_cnt
$ACCESS.FAC_grp
$ACCESS.FAC_loc
$ACCESS.FAC_org
$ACCESS.FAC_site
$ACCESS.FAC_response
[and many more]

I've tried to retrieve other information (code, id, name) from a role or a access type, but the html code returns nothing. So, what I would like to know, if someone knows, is:

 

1. Is there any way to access role/access type info (like the code or the id) by using the $ACCESS/$INTERFACE words?

2. Is there any way to view all the attributes that can be retrievable by using the $ACCESS/$INTERFACE words?

 

Thanks,

 

Diogo

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