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  1. ui-data-import
  2. UIDATIMP-1145

Create a new Data import UI permission for only viewing settings



    • Folijet Sprint 139, Folijet Sprint 140
    • 2
    • Folijet
    • Morning Glory (R2 2022)


      Purpose: Create a new UI permission called Settings (Data import): Can view only

      As a staff person dealing with Data import permissions
      I want a view-only permission for the Data Import settings
      So that some users can view the settings without being able to change them

      See row 5 of the Data Import tab of the Permissions spreadsheet: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1IJnlWvi4k-wFatDNimx9fQ375evHSIIxtGMookHvs-I/edit?usp=sharing


      1. Scenario 1
        • Given the Data Import permissions
        • When viewing the Data import permissions in the UI
        • Then create a new permission called Settings (Data import): Can view only
      2. Scenario 2
        • Given the Data Import UI permission named Settings (Data import): Can view only
        • When that permission is assigned to a user
        • Then allow the user to
          • View all of the Data import Settings
          • But disallow them from being able to Create/Add, Duplicate, Edit, or Delete any of the settings
          • For all settings except Field protections, that means
            • The Action menu for the list of profiles/file extensions (3rd pane) should be suppressed
            • The Action menu for individual profile/file extension details (4th pane) should be suppressed
          • For Field protections, the +New button should be suppressed
          • For an example, assign the permission Settings (Inventory): View list of settings pages to a user and then view the Inventory settings

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                javokhir12 Javokhir Rajabboev
                abreaux Ann-Marie Breaux
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