Access to a Private Dashboard not possible for other users
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If a user creates a
, only this user can access this
. It is not possible for an Administrator or a System User to delete, edit or e.g. or move this
. How can these restrictions be overcome?
When a user creates a
, read-, write- and delete-rights on object level are set for this user for this dashboard automatically. E.g. user TEST/TEST creates a private dashboard, the
Dashboards are always created with these object-level permissions. These rights distinguish between a
(visible for all users in the client) and a
(only visible for the user that created it). Without these rights (this entry in the
tab), it is a public dashboard every user can access.
Thus, the dashboard can only be edited and deleted by the user who created it. Also, Administrators and Super Users cannot access these
However, this only applies as long as the user exists in the client. If the
is deleted, all authorizations on object level this user ever created are also deleted. Then another user can delete the leftover dashboard.
That is the intended behavior and these restrictions cannot be overcome.
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