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Jonathan Reff

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  1. Thanks for the quick reply Dave. I was just exporting the steps to CSV when your reply came in! I'll look forward to an even easier way of doing it sometime in the future. Jonathan
  2. Hi, I'm wondering if there is a way to check whether all occurrences of a particular script step occur in scripts that are set to run with full access. I am able to find all occurrences of the script step, and I see how in the list of scripts it indicates if they run with full access. But when viewing the script steps, I can't see that information about the script the step is from. In case it helps, here's why I'm trying to do this: we are not allowing deletes at the table security level for any of the user privilege sets. So any script that deletes records will have to run with full access. I want to make sure that we have caught all of those and set them for full access. As I mentioned, I can find all of the scripts that contain the Delete Record script step, but then I would have to search for each one of them to see whether it has full access. I was hoping to be able to do it in one step. Any suggestions are appreciated! Jonathan
  3. Thanks for the reply and the Text Search suggestion. I've been finding FMPerception very helpful, and it will be even more so when this feature is added. Jonathan
  4. I am making a new layout to replace an existing one. I want to edit all the scripts that reference the old layout and have them go to the new layout instead. This seems like the sort of thing that should be easy to find in FMPerception, but I don't see how to do it. When I navigate to the layout in FMPerception, then select "Script References" it shows me the scripts that are called by objects on the layout, but it doesn't show me scripts that use this layout. Am I missing something? Jonathan
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