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Training & Event Management: Restrict Change to Business Event

Hi,

Does anyone know if there is a way to restrict change to Business Event (eg. changes to the Event Schedule) based on certain business criteria? My criteria cannot restrict by authorization.

For eg. let say if something happens (based on business scenario), then my program will restrict the users to change details in Business Event, but they can still book Personnels to the event- so that means I can't use the LOCK/UNLOCK function.

Thank you for your help.

Regards,

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    Posted on Mar 31, 2008 at 10:38 AM

    Dear,

    You can restrict this by user security roles, so only one user will be able to create or change the records, the rest can only book them selves if you have ESS.

    Also you can use the Training & Event Management Structural Authorization, moreover, you can create a Custom Table with some users vs their department and link that table with a Function Module that reads these users and performs its checks and conditions if they are allowed to modify this record or not.

    I hope my answer will help,

    Good luck

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    • Former Member Former Member

      Hi,

      Thanks for the suggestion. I am afraid we are unable to use this as we can't restrict based on user authorization as it is impossible to segregate by different groups of users.

      In my case, its like, when an Invitation has yet to be printed for Perosnnels booked to the Event, then user can change any of the details. But when Invitations have been printed, then user cannot amend the Schedule and Venue for eg. We can't restrict this based on user authorization. So I was thinking if there is any other to restrict, maybe any concept similar to user exit/dynamic actions for Training and Event Management?

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