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What Exactly Is the "QueryDescriptor" access type?

James Paulus (20622035) | asked Jan 31 '17, 4:50 p.m.

In our CCM logs, there is a certain user that gets permission denied and talking with him, there is nothing that is being done other than having a tab for CLM 5.0.2 iFix19a open.  

The error is:

2017-01-31 14:36:31,943 [http-bio-9443-exec-61281 @@ 14:36 <user> <> /ccm/service/]  WARN .team.repository.servlet.AbstractTeamServerServlet  - CRJAZ1163I PermissionDeniedException processing POST request for CRJAZ1170I The request was made by user "<user>" from "".CRJAZ1166I The stack trace hash is E58A9C10CA328893BFF2A6673B2EA1AE4D1AC4A0. CRJAZ1316E The user "<user>" does not have permission to read items that have the QueryDescriptor access type.

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Donald Nong (14.5k414) | answered Jan 31 '17, 10:32 p.m.

If I'm not mistaken, it is the Query Descriptor, literally. That is, the query definition, where you specify the query conditions and columns displayed. I guess the user should see similar errors when he tries to run a particular query.

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