Effects of rights on hierarchy views

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  • Effects of rights on hierarchy views

    Hi All,
    According to the following documentation, restriction on child nodes will not affect the aggregated parent element. But we have the following requirement which is very common among customers

    Department Hierarchy has the following structure

    ALL
    - 10
    - 20
    - 30
    - 40
    - 50

    User A has the following access rights:

    ALL (D)
    - 10 (D)
    - 20 (D)
    - 30 (N)
    - 40 (N)
    - 50 (N)


    According to the above, the report should display the sum of Dept 10 & 20 when the user select 'ALL' from the Dept Drop-down, but it doesn't. It displays the total of Dept 10+20+30+40+50

    I find it hard to believe that Jedox cannot cater to this out of the box.


    knowledgebase.jedox.com/jedox/security/rights-users.htm

    In complex hierarchies, removing access rights for a user affects the structure of the dimension hierarchy and, thus also influences subset results. For example, a user group with N rights on the four Qtr. elements and R rights for the base elements (months) would not see the base elements as descendants of the Year element. Instead, they would be listed as elements on the highest hierarchy level. Thus, a subset filter for children of Year would not return these base elements. However, the aggregated result of Year would not be influenced by this constraint; it would still be the sum of all base elements.