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scottpurslowe
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CDs security

Hi guys
Thanks in advance, developing a internal database with PowerApps front end and want to know the limitations for sensitive data,
I have 8 salesman that I want to log sales into the system and read their own info but not be able to access everyone else’s,
So I will need
- 8 salesman with read and write permissions to said database
- these salesman to not be able to read or view everyone else’s data only their own.
- manager that can see all data, (I can do this with permissions through a second database with the app allowing to change filters if you have permission)

Any thoughts or is the download to excel option for all users going to put a stop on the project?

Cheers
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Re: CDs security

You may first take a look at the security level configuration under the Environment:

Configure environment security

 

For the security model, for the Common Data Service, see:

https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/common-data-service/entity-reference/security-model

 

For App part, to access everyones own data, you could consider take use of the User() function to filter the table by the created by field.

For Manager account, run a User() info check at the App start, then switch it into a different view, or consider remove the filter.

 

Regards,

Michael

Community Support Team _ Michael Shao
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