Jan 03 2022
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Feb 01 2023
I have made a list in SharePoint, and I want to restrict the Users to access the list via REST API.
So how can I turn off the ability for the users to access the list via REST API, so that they cannot make any changes to the list using this feature.
Can someone help me, regarding the same?
Jan 03 2022 11:49 PM
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Jan 04 2022 05:34 AM
Hello @Juan Carlos González Martín ,
Thank you for your reply. I am trying to make an app which performs CRUD operations in Power apps, where in the data source passed is SharePoint List. And I want the users to access those SharePoint Columns only via the Power Apps, and not directly by the SharePoint Site. So that, even if they get the source to the SharePoint site, they might be restricted to the View Mode.
Please reply, if you can help me in any way.
Jan 04 2022 06:44 AM
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Jan 05 2022 09:49 PM
Thank you, for the reply. @Juan Carlos González Martín
I referred the link which you sent me. And after referring this link, I had some questions on which I need some help from you.
I had some questions @Juan Carlos González Martín ,
1. Does "after hiding" the SharePoint List, will the user be still able to access the List from the Power Apps, and make necessary changes via Power Apps only, if he has the required permissions to do so.
2. Plus, after hiding SharePoint List, would any user be able to make API calls to the List, if by any way he gets the URL of the List?
3. And does he require the URL to make API calls to the SharePoint list, at all?
I hope for a reply from you.
Thank you so much, @Juan Carlos González Martín
Jan 05 2022 10:00 PM
Thank you, for your help @thijoubertold.
As @Juan Carlos González Martín sent me the link, can you please help me out on the same? That whether or not the user would be able to access the SharePoint list via the API, if I am able to hide the SharePoint List using the PNP PowerShell.
And would the user still be able to access the SharePoint List using the Power Apps, if he has the permission and rights, keeping in mind, the list is still hidden in SharePoint.
And whilst, the list is hidden, can any technically smart person, be able to access to that List by making API calls to that list?
And do we need the URL to the SharePoint List, at all, in order to make the API CALL to the SP LIST?
Thank you so much for replying, @thijoubertold .
We hope a reply from you, @thijoubertold.
Jan 06 2022 01:46 AM