Sharepoint berechtigungen

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Servus miteinander,

 

in unserem Unternehmen benutzen wir momentan die Kombination aus SharePoint und PowerApps. Wobei wir die Berechtigungen größtenteils in PowerApps steuern. Grundsätzlich gilt bei uns aber das keiner die SharePointlisten benutzen soll aber um die Daten über PowerApps zu ziehen müssen wir die Nutzer als Member pflegen.

 

Nun aber haben wir den Fall das ein Mitarbeiter auch die Einträge, welche zu einem bestimmten Prozess zugeordnet sind sehen soll. Als Lösung für die beiden Fälle haben wir dafür 2 separate Listen welche auf die Hauptliste über Flow referenzieren. Aber gibt es da keine Möglichkeit (außer SharePoint Designer und AddOns) das ganze umzusetzen um? Wie etwa itembased permissions?

 

Oder gibt es eine Möglichkeit den Connector von PowerApps zu Sharepoint zu manipulieren damit die App als admin die Daten zieht und die Daten dann entsprechend gefiltert werden?

 

Grüße,

Engin

 

1 Reply

@engin12 

You should try list setting→Permission for this list.

Then you can control your list permission beside the whole site. There is an unique list permission setting.