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arjunmusuvathy
Helper III
Helper III

Portal - Entity Permissions - Show only Parent company data

Hello

 

In my web form I have a lookup field for Accounts.

 

My entity structure looks like below. Under a Parent Account we have many accounts.  I am logged into portal as a Contact (marked in red) of Company A, in the web form account lookup I should be able to see only Company A, Company B and Company C (immediate company and the child companies under the grand parent) and not any other companies under a different grand parent companies)

 

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Can I know if it is possible to control this with entity permission  please?

 

Thanks

Vik

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justinburch
Microsoft
Microsoft

Hi @arjunmusuvathy,

I'm sorry about that, I was creating my Account records from the children up, and this caused an auto-fill of the Managing Partner field incorrectly that I wasn't seeing since it wasn't on my form. That's on me 😶. This meant that, technically, it was saying Company A's Parent Account was Grandparent Company, and Grandparent Company's Managing Partner was Company A - which is why my permissions worked, since my Contact was associated to Company A.

After trying several things, I think I've remembered something I've seemed to have forgotten as I don't implement Portals anymore (and can't find any documentation to support): you can't apply permissions from the many to the one, only the reverse, when working in self-referential (Account:Account) relationships.

This means that you will need to associate your Contact at the "Parent Company" level in your diagram. If you need to keep your same model as well, you could consider creating a new lookup from Contact to Account (perhaps "Permissions Account/Company") creating a workflow/plugin/power automate/etc. that sets this value to the parent of the Intro Account each time Intro Account is changed. Then EP#1 would point to this new relationship, and EP#2 would utilize the account_parent_account relationship to apply permissions to all child companies (A, B, C).

Even better, if you're not using the field now, you could use the process method to set the "Account Name" (parentcustomerid) field on the Contact to be the Parent Account of the Intro Account, and now you can use the Account Scope.

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Fubar
Solution Sage
Solution Sage

Yes.  It depends on exactly what you need to do but, the scopes that are most relevant for what you describe are Account and Parental see the scope definitions https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/powerapps/maker/portals/configure/assign-entity-permissions#global-...

(what you can't do with permissions is say 'only for account type = xxxx' if you needed that you would have to build your own web template)

arjunmusuvathy
Helper III
Helper III

Hi @OliverRodrigues 

 

I have progressed through using the filter code mentioned in your blog https://oliverrodrigues365.com/2021/01/24/power-apps-portals-custom-lookup-filter/. So when I do the account lookup, I am checking 'new_parentaccountid' (custom field that I have stored in account record which has the parentaccountid of the account) with the contact's company's parent account.

 

Only issue I am facing is, after tr.remove() happens it filter the accounts I need (currently only account will show up) but it still shows the page numbers and when a page is clicked blank screen appears. Can I know how did it not happen when you did in your blog please?

 

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test1.PNG

 

My code is as below.


$(document).ready(function () {
 
//get user's company
var userCompany = '{{user.parentcustomerid.id}}';
 
//get user's company's parent account
var userCompanysParentAccount = '{{user.contact_customer_accounts.parentaccountid.id}}';
 
var list = $("#new_introaccountid_lookupmodal").find(".entity-lookup").find(".entity-grid").eq(0);
list.on("loaded", function () {
 
list.find("table tbody > tr").each(function () {
var tr = $(this);
var parentAccount = $(tr).find('td[data-attribute="new_parentaccountid"]').attr("data-value");
            
if (parentAccount != userCompanysParentAccount)
{
tr.remove();
}
});
});
});

 

Thanks
Vik

 

justinburch
Microsoft
Microsoft

@arjunmusuvathy, that's going to be a limitation of the method that @OliverRodrigues utilizes - it's deleting HTML elements from the grid, but it doesn't block them from the return. If your results come in pages of 10, one page might show 3 total, and the next 9, and the next 0, and the next 1, etc.

In order to filter the actual result set, you'd have to have a fully custom lookup implementation.

 

Based on your initial post, it doesn't sound like you even need that. I know you say the circled contact should only see results for Company A, but if you're only filtering the results, then they could still technically access Company B and C's data just by opening up their dev console. If that's a risk, and your actual requirement is to restrict all data for the Contact to only their immediate Parent and Parent's Parent, then you should be utilizing Entity Permissions. Note that it would work much better if you used the built-in account field, in order to reduce the number of link-entities being injected into your queries - see my blog post for a little more information on that.

Note I'm making some assumptions on the schemas you used based on the code snippet:

  1. Scope: Contact, Entity: Account, Relationship: new_introaccountid, Permissions: (At least Read, Append, Append To - this allows users to 'see' their immediate parent, e.g. "Company A")
  2. Scope: Parent, Entity: Account, Parent Permission: (one created in step 1), Relationship: contact_customer_accounts, Permissions: (At least Read, Append, Append To - this allows users to 'see' any Company that is a Parent of the Accounts you have permission to in Step 1)

I hope this helps,

Justin

@justinburch 

 

Thanks for your reply. 

 

Just to highlight here: When the logged in contact (circled in the screenshot in above diagram) tries to lookup the Account lookup field in web form, contact should be able to see Company A (its immediate parent), Company B, Company C and Company D (child accounts of it's grand parent).

 

I am trying out your suggestions for the entity permissions, I have marked my comments.

 

  1. Scope: Contact, Entity: Account, Relationship: new_introaccountid, Permissions: (At least Read, Append, Append To - this allows users to 'see' their immediate parent, e.g. "Company A") - Entity permissions setup DONE
  2. Scope: Parent, Entity: Account, Parent Permission: (one created in step 1), Relationship: contact_customer_accounts, Permissions: (At least Read, Append, Append To - this allows users to 'see' any Company that is a Parent of the Accounts you have permission to in Step 1) - I cannot find contact_customer_accounts if Entity permission's entity = Account (shown in pic below), are you meaning to say Entity = Contact? 

forum1.PNG

 

Please advise me.

 

 

Thanks

Vik

justinburch
Microsoft
Microsoft

Hi @arjunmusuvathy,

Because you need to see all of the sibling accounts, you'll need a total of 3 Entity Permissions, but you're going to have a lot of link-entities in the background. This is also going to complicate if you need to give any further permissions - for example, if you're going to to need to say "For any Account a user can access, the user should also be able to view that Account's Notes", you'll have to also have 2 or 3 Entity Permissions just for Notes from Account - one for each Account Permission.

We might be able to simplify this a little, though - try the following:

  1. Remove the Read permission from your first Entity Permission, the one for your direct Company (Company A)
  2. You'll need to find find out which of those relationships you're using in your Parent Company -> Grandparent Company hierarchy. If it's the OOTB "Parent Account", then it's account_parent_account.
    • Once you have this: you said the contact needs Company A, B, etc.. do they also need to see their grandparent account? If not, then do not add a Read permission to this second Entity Permission
  3. Now create a third Entity Permission for the same relationship - that is, all Accounts that are a child of an Account. You'll set this up as a child of the second entity permission with Read, Append, Append To access. Entity: Account, Scope: Parent, Parent EP: #2, Parent Relationship: Child version of relationship

With this setup, you will have (from the first screenshot's perspective) an Entity Permission (#1) that links to Company A via the Account field, which links to Parent Company (#2) via the "Parent Account" relationship, which links to all child Companies (#3) via the "Parent Account" relationship, which includes the user's parent company. This way your injected permissions don't have to say "Company A OR Company A, Company B, Company C", it'll just say "Company A, Company B, Company C".

 

Let me know if this doesn't work, I'll spin up a trial this weekend.

@justinburch 

 

Many thanks for the detailed suggestion.

 

I have setup my entity permissions below as per your advise.

 

Entity Permission 1:

Entity: Account

Scope: Contact

Relationship: new_account_contact_introaccountID

EP 1.PNG

 

 

Entity Permission 2:

Entity: Account

Scope: Account

Relationship: account_parent_account

 

EP 2.PNG

 

 

Entity Permission 3:

Entity: Account

Scope: Parent

Parent EP: EP #2

Relationship: account_parent_account

 

EP 3.PNG

 

 

Unfortunately when I do the lookup it only shows only one company which is the direct company and not other child companies of the grand parent.

 

Could you advise if I am missing anything please?

 

 

Thanks

Vik

Hi @arjunmusuvathy,

Your second entity permission should be of scope "Parent", pointing to your first (Scope: Contact) entity permission. The way you've set it up, your permissions are saying:

  1. "Give me Write & Append Access, but do not give me Read Access, to Accounts in my introaccountID field"
  2. "Give me Read & Append Access, but do not give me Write Access, to any Account that is a Parent or Child of the Account in my CustomerID (OOTB Contact or Account field) field"
  3. "Give me Read & Append Access, but do not give me Write Access, to any Account that is a Parent or Child of any Account I received access to in Permission #2"

Going back to my earlier post, the Account scope only uses the "Parent Customer" field and not any custom Contact-Account relationships. If your entity model was using this field, then you could use this scope and eliminate some hassle. It should be:

  1. Contact Relationship to Account (Parent Company)
  2. Parent Relationship to Account from #1 (Grandparent Company)
  3. Parent Relationship to Account from #2 (Any of the Grandparent Company's child companies)

The only thing I'm unsure of is whether #3 wouldn't need a different relationship (can't remember a time when choosing a relationship meant it worked both parent->child and child->parent), but since you don't have any other options it seems like it should unless the MSA_account_ManagingPartner is the reverse relationship.

Edit: Removing the content here as it was incorrect and could lead to confusion.

@justinburch  Thanks that's awesome that it is working for you. I have still not got it working!

 

I have setup as below.

 

Entity Permissions:

 

Forum - Entity Permissions.PNG

 

Accounts that I should be seeing in portal lookup:

 

Child companies of Grand Parent2.PNG

Lookup in portal: 

Still shows only the direct company A.

 

Forum - Lookup.PNG

 

Can I know did you do any other customisation/setup please? And with Managing partner relationship, did you update the field in dataverse?

 

 

 

Thanks

Vik

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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