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By default, only administrators are allowed to select table methods in SuperCROSS.

Grant or Deny Permission to Select Table Methods in SuperCROSS

If users have permission to select table methods in SuperCROSS, then the Select Table Method icon  will be enabled.

By default, only administrators can select table methods in SuperCROSS.

Permission to select table methods in SuperCROSS is controlled by the selectTableMethods permission. Use the following command in SuperADMIN to grant or deny permission:

cat <dataset_id> selectTableMethods access {<user>|<group>} read {true|false}

For example:

  • Use the following command to give user2 permission to select table methods on the bank dataset:

    cat bank selectTableMethods access user2 read true
  • Use the following command to prevent user2 from selecting table methods on the bank dataset:

    cat bank selectTableMethods access user2 read false

You can check the current table permissions for all users and groups using the following command:

cat <dataset_id> selectTableMethods access

Or you can check the permissions for a specific user or group with the following command:

cat <dataset_id> selectTableMethods access {<user>|<group>}

Grant or Deny Permission to Disable Methods in SuperCROSS

By default, only administrators are allowed to disable mandatory methods in SuperCROSS. The confidentiality icon indicates that the methods have been applied to the table.

If users have the appropriate permissions, they will be able to click the confidentiality icon to turn off the methods and reveal the underlying cells

Permission to disable methods is controlled by the disableMethods permission. Use the following command in SuperADMIN to grant or deny the permission:

cat <dataset_id> disableMethods access {<user>|<group>} read {true|false}

For example:

  • Use the following command to give user2 permission to disable methods on the bank dataset:

    cat bank disableMethods access user2 read true
  • Use the following command to prevent user2 from disabling methods on the bank dataset:

    cat bank disableMethods access user2 read false

You can check the current permissions for all users and groups using the following command:

cat <dataset_id> disableMethods access

Or you can check the permissions for a specific user or group with the following command:

cat <dataset_id> disableMethods access {<user>|<group>}
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