Permissions - page of object PmaRoot
Permissions list of the object:
| AppStop||Enable/disable application stop. It is the specification of users who can stop the application. The application can be stopped by Pm.AppQuit or Pm.AppStop method. It isn't meaningful for the network users.|
| EditUsers||Enable/disable editing the users in the running application. It is the specification of users who can edit other users. Users can be edited by the Pm.WndEditUsers method. It isn't meaningful for the network users.|
| InfoEdit||Enable/disable properties editing and methods calling in the INFO system. It isn't meaningful for the network users. |
You'll get into the edit/call mode by the following walkthrough: In the runtime mode call the INFO system window, select the PmaRoot item in the tree (if this item is enabled, see "InfoShowApp" permission) and select an object in it in which you want to edit the property or to call method/event. Mark the property that you want to edit (or mark method/event) in the selected object in appropriate page and click by the right mouse button. Select the Edit (or Call or similar) item in the local menu for required action.
It is possible to edit the properties:
It is possible to call the following methods and events in objects:
: Open/close the window or to call the methods on the "Methods
| InfoShow||Enable/disable the viewer of the INFO system. It is the specification of users who can display the viewer of the INFO system. It isn't meaningful for the network users.|
| InfoShowApp||Enable/disable the view of the full application objects tree in the INFO system. It goes about displaying the INFO item (on the first level of the tree) named PmaRoot.|
| WebMethods||Enable/disable calling methods from Web. It is the specification of users who can use calling the global functions by means of Pm.Methods. The global methods are defined on the "Methods" page of the PmaRoot object, and they can be called even in Web panels. It has sense only for network users. |
Similar is "PmaPanel > Permissions > WebMethods" permission, used for enabling the panel method calling.