Use Row-Level Security to Filter Data by User

June 5, 2019 Jeff Hainsworth

There are two ways that you can deal with security when you need to provide data level access to different users. Either you can introduce user-based/row-level security, or you can keep your data unorganized so that no one will be able to find anything.

In this video, we learn the definition of user-based/row-level security and examine how user-based security can be applied in a real-world scenario. Plus, we walk you through how to set it up in Dundas BI.

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Jeff Hainsworth

Jeff Hainsworth is a Senior Solutions Architect at Dundas Data Visualization with over a decade and a half of experience in Business Intelligence. He has a passion for building, coding and everything visual – you know, shiny things! Check out "Off the Charts... with Jeff", his platform for great content on all things analytics, data visualizations, dashboards, and business intelligence. There’s something for everyone!

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