TM1 Function for TI, SetHierarchyElementGroupsSecurity

Sets level of security to an element on a hierarchy to non-admin groups.

What is the SetHierarchyElementGroupsSecurity function?

SetHierarchyElementGroupsSecurity sets level of security to an element on a hierarchy to non-admin groups.

Where can the SetHierarchyElementGroupsSecurity function be used?

TurboIntegrator

What is the syntax for SetHierarchyElementGroupsSecurity?

SetHierarchyElementGroupsSecurity(SecurityLevel,¬†DimensionName,¬†HierarchyName,¬†ElementName);¬†‚Äč

SecurityLevel¬†= Level of security to be granted to all non-admin groups to a given dimension element.‚Äč
DimensionName¬†= Name of the parent dimension of the hierarchy¬†‚Äč
Hierarchy Name = Name of the parent hierarchy of the element to have security access set‚Äč
ElementName¬†= Name of the element to have the security set to all non-admin groups. There are 6 types of security:‚Äč
– Admin
– Lock
– None
– Read
– Reserve
РWrite 

A demonstration on how to use SetHierarchyElementGroupsSecurity

On the ‚ÄėDepartment‚Äô dimension, use SetHierarchyElementGroupsSecurity to set READ¬†access to the ‚ÄėNo Department‚Äô element from the¬†‚ÄėDepartment Name‚Äô hierarchy.