Creating Public Access Agents, Views, and Forms

Public Access grants users with limited or no access, read or write permissions to design elements set to allow public access. The Access Control List (ACL) manages the access to design elements within the database. Users granted No Access or Depositor accesses do not have the rights to access design elements in the database. In some circumstances you may want to allow certain users access to specific design elements only; you can do so by allowing Public access to those elements. A good example of the use of Public access is allowing others to read your calendar without giving them access to the rest of your mail file. Public access can be designated for forms (as seen in Figure 14.1), views, agents, ...

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