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Use Nab Group To Hide/Show Buttons

This formula can be used to Hide a button from all users that are not in a
specific group. Perhaps all users have the same Access, Editor with Delete
Rights, but you want only a few users to also see a button that performs an
administrative task.

In this example this code is place in the Hide When formula of a button and
only users that are members of the Managers, Directors or Systems Groups will
be able to see it. (NOTE: Remember to include the group that your notes
developers and administrators are in.)

Also note that remote users would need a local replica of the NAB.
REM "User must be in the 'Managers', 'Directors', or 'Systems' Groups to see
this button";
REM "LookupID is for your companies Name and Address Book";
LookupId := "84927645D:849D378EE";
users := @Name([CN];@DbLookup
("":"NoCache";LookupId;"Groups";"Managers":"Directors":"Systems";"Members")) ;
@IsNotMember(@Name([CN];@UserName); users )

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