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SAC: unshared Story still visible/available through Google Chrome Bookmark

Situation: I shared a story with a user, who has set a bookmark (for the shared story) in his/her Google Chrome Bookmarks bar.

After a while I unshared the story with this user.

Problem: In the files list the story is gone. So this is perfect. BUT: The user is still able to call the story via the bookmark. (Even if I rename the story or change the storage place)

In my opinion the only way to solve this problem is to delete the story. But thats not my preferred way. How can I totally remove the permission of the story without deleting the story? Has anybody faced a related issue?

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  • Posted on Jul 21, 2020 at 12:51 AM

    If the story is unshared with user, user won't be able to open story via story link URL or from Chrome bookmar, he should get error message like this:

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  • Posted on Jul 21, 2020 at 08:08 AM

    I've tested this as well and confirm that if the share rights is removed the error as described by William will be presented and the story will not open.

    If your end-user can still open the story then he/she is either inheriting the rights via a team or some other process (SAML mapping for instance) or there is some inconsistency in your tenant.

    If you cannot resolve this issue please open an incident with SAP Support to investigate.



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  • Posted on Jul 27, 2020 at 10:07 AM

    Thank you for your respond. Indeed we've used an additional role where "Private Files" was marked as "manage". This setting created the issue.

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