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Authorization Field in Collaborator Section

Hi,

I want to capture field "Authorization" under collaborators section which defines what authorities will each collaborator have in the document.

For instance, a user added as "Reviewer" will have a message displayed "Read Only" whereas a user added as"Collaborator" will have a message displayed "Read / Write".

I want to bring this field onto the reports but i am not able to do so. Under the UI view of the Reference Guide the relevant field id i find is "COLLABORATOR_ROLE_ACCESS". In the Query Definition i use the "Column type" as "Enumeration". What should be the value under "Enum Type Name"?

The error i get is "Invalid Identifier".

Kind Regards,

Anshuman

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    Posted on Apr 24, 2012 at 09:48 PM

    Hi Anshuman,

    I don’t believe this field is persisted in the database, which means you can’t query it directly. COLLABORATOR_ROLE_ACCESS is the field id on the UI, not a column in the database table. Typically, there will be just a hand full of collaborator roles. Perhaps, you could add a CASE statement in your query, so if the role is Owner, then it’s “read/write” access or if it is a Reviewer then it is “read” access and so on. Hope you get the idea.

    Regards,

    Vikram

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