When setting permissions, you are defining access to the data based on the application, and user, that calls the service. For example, you create an application called "Product Names"
. You want your "Purchase Order"
application to read the data stored in the "Product Names"
application, and use the data to populate a drop-down list. In the "Product Names"
application, create a "Purchase Order"
user group in Roles, then give that Read
access. You can also allow other applications to write data to the "Product Names"
application. For another application to write data, it must have Write
For more information about creating roles, see Defining basic security roles for users
. For more information on using other Forms Experience Builder applications as services, see Integrating your application with existing Forms Experience Builder applications
Parent topic: Application and access security overview
- Go to the Access tab.
- Select Design Settings.
- For a specific role, click the Read, Write, or both check boxes.