Learn Microsoft Access Advanced Programming Techniques, Tips and Tricks.

PERMIT TO VIEW RUN QUERY

Permit others to view or run my query but not change data or query design.

In a secure workgroup, you can assign others permission to view the data your query returns, or in the case of an action query, to run the query, even if they are otherwise restricted from viewing the query's underlying table or query.

  1. Open the query in Design view. Select the query by clicking anywhere in query Design view outside the design grid and the field lists.
  2. Click Properties on the toolbar to display the query's property sheet.
  3. Set the Run Permissions property to Owner's.

The following are true for this setting:

  • All users have the query owner's permission to view or run the query.
  • Only the query owner can save changes to the query.
  • Only the query owner can change the ownership of the query.

Note: You can also set default permissions for all new queries. Click Options on Tools menu. Click the Tables/Queries tab, and then click the Run Permissions option you want to use.

Share:

No comments:

Post a Comment

Comments are subject to moderation, before publishing.

Translate



PageRank
Subscribe in a reader
Your email address:

Delivered by FeedBurner

Search

Popular Posts

Search This Blog

Blog Archive

Powered by Blogger.

Follow by Email

Labels

Forms How Tos Functions MS-Access Security Reports msaccess forms Animations msaccess animation Utilities msaccess controls Access and Internet MS-Access Scurity MS-Access and Internet Queries Array External Links msaccess reports msaccess tips Accesstips Class Module Menus and Toolbars MsaccessLinks Process Controls Art Work Downloads Objects Property msaccess How Tos Graph Charts msaccessQuery Collection Object Combo Boxes List Boxes VBA Command Buttons Data Emails and Alerts Event Query Calculation Controls Custom Wizards DOS Commands Data Type Dictionary Object Form WithEvents ms-access functions msaccess functions msaccess graphs msaccess reporttricks Command Button Object Reference msaccessprocess security advanced Access Security Add Custom Functions Field Type Form Instances Item Key Macros Menus Report Top Values Variables msaccess email msaccess menus progressmeter Access2007 Auto-Number Copy Expression Fields Join Methods Microsoft Numbering System RaiseEvent Records Recordset Security Split SubForm Table Time Difference Utility Workgroup Wrapper Classes database msaccess wizards tutorial Access2003 Accounting Year Action Animation Attachment Binary Numbers Bookmarks Budgeting ChDir Color Palette Conditional Formatting Data Filtering Defining Pages Diagram Disk Dynamic Lookup Error Handler Excel Export External Filter Formatting Groups Hexadecimal Numbers Import Labels List Logo Macro Mail Merge Main Form Memo Monitoring Octal Numbers Operating System Paste Primary-Key Product Rank Reading Remove Rich Text Sequence SetFocus Summary Tab-Page Tables Union Query User Users Water-Mark Word automatically commands function hyperlinks iSeries Date iif ms-access msaccess msaccess alerts pdf files reference restore switch text toolbar updating upload vba code

Featured Post

Access Form Control Arrays and Event-3

This is the continuation of last Week’s Topic on Text Box AfterUpdate and LostFocus Event capturing and performing Validation Checks on val...

Labels

Blog Archive

Recent Posts