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itpates , September 20 2018
In Chronoconnectivity v6, I have a list_tickets TABLE in VIEWS that has a column that I only want the website managers to see. It is an Edit column, which contains buttons that allows managers to edit a service ticket. The actual form for that Edit function does have permissions set, so normal employees do not see the Edit buttons themselves, but the empty column remains, with Edit in the header. It's not critical - the form itself functions as expected. But aesthetically, I would like to find a way to make the edit:Edit column disappear altogether for normal employees and only display for the managers. Thoughts?
1) Use a separate table
2) Use a switch that returns "hidden" if the user is the wrong type, and put column_name:{var:hidden_switch} in the "Column Classes" field for your table.
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