It's often necessary for the first level of support in a Lotus Notes/Domino environment to get a quick overview of the groups and databases to which a Lotus Notes user belongs. But this may cause a problem if that support level is without access to the problem database and without an administration client.
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Access control lists (ACLs) in Lotus Notes databases mostly contain groups. Let's assume, however, that we want to determine to which group a specific Notes user belongs.
This form shows a tree view of all the groups and nested groups that a user belongs to (see code in first button) as well as the databases that these groups can access (see code in second button ). In just two clicks, you can retrieve the information that you need.
Before doing this, we must create an additional view in the catalog.nsf: "Access Control Lists All\By Name," with the following viewselection: SELECT @IsAvailable(ReplicaID)& @IsUnavailable(RepositoryType). This shows all databases.
For example, on a role: [Support] The form:
Access over a role like "[Support]". Formulas inherit values from selected document Automatically enable Edit Mode Fields (computed): Fullname: Fullname:Listname FullNameShort: @Name([CN]; @Subset(Fullname;1)) Gruppen_aktuell_1: Gruppen_aktuell_1 FullNamelong: @Name([Canonicalize]; @Subset(Fullname;1)) Gruppen_aktuell: the results
The first button contains the following script:
The second button contains following script:
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