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Multiple level of Access in single Role category

HI All,

 

I require five level of access in my report with Admin role, it should also be maintained by one single table and i should have a single role category as well.

Lets say i require Vertical, Client,Geo,jobcode and Admin role, but i will not be adding hierarchies as entries in my configuration table i will enter only the required value. for eg:

 

This the hierarchieal entry which user might not be able to update

User

vertical

Client

jobcode

Geo

SpecialRole

abc@org.com

Tech

Micosoft

100

India

 

def@org.com

 

 

 

 

Admin

 

This the expected data provided from the user

User

vertical

Client

jobcode

Geo

SpecialRole

abc@org.com

Tech

 

 

 

 

def@org.com

 

 

 

 

Admin

 

1. Above user abc when he log's in he supposed to view All Client,Jobcode and Geo Under Tech vertical

2. The challenge is to overcome blank values and achieving Admin role (overall access) in single role category.

 

Help me to achive this functionality

 

Thank in Advance.

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Anonymous
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Re: Multiple level of Access in single Role category

Hi Bhavani,

 

Here you go, please add the same logic for your other dimensions as well.

Role.PNG

 

Model.PNG

(CONTAINS (
Config,
Config[User],
UserPrincipalName(),
Config[SpecialRole],
"Admin"
)
||
CONTAINS (
Config,
Config[User],
UserPrincipalName(),
Config[Geo],
[SD Geo]
))
||
if(CALCULATE(firstnonblank(Config[Geo],""),FILTER(Config,Config[User]=
UserPrincipalName()))="" && CALCULATE(COUNTROWS(Config),FILTER(Config,Config[User]=USERPRINCIPALNAME()))>=1 ,true,false)

 

Hope it helps..

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Anonymous
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Re: Multiple level of Access in single Role category

Hi Bhavani,

 

Here you go, please add the same logic for your other dimensions as well.

Role.PNG

 

Model.PNG

(CONTAINS (
Config,
Config[User],
UserPrincipalName(),
Config[SpecialRole],
"Admin"
)
||
CONTAINS (
Config,
Config[User],
UserPrincipalName(),
Config[Geo],
[SD Geo]
))
||
if(CALCULATE(firstnonblank(Config[Geo],""),FILTER(Config,Config[User]=
UserPrincipalName()))="" && CALCULATE(COUNTROWS(Config),FILTER(Config,Config[User]=USERPRINCIPALNAME()))>=1 ,true,false)

 

Hope it helps..

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