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Old 04-11-2011, 10:17 AM   #13
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Originally Posted by kiwidude View Post
@Nyn - If you go from a view with a restiction to one without, I would expect that you must set a restriction of "blank" on the one without and tick the "apply restriction" for it, to force the previous restriction to be removed.

I did it this way because if a user manually set a restriction, then wanted to change columns (using a view that had no restriction set) I didn't want it "always" cleared unless they explicitly did so as I described above.

Or are you experiencing something else?

Nope that's it, thanks for the pointer, I will do that to clear the restriction. Of course if I wanted to be REALLY lazy I could create a restriction that included everything to be used for that view.
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