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How to distinguish Group and User in Filenet

dhananjaykumar singh
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Joined: Jun 06, 2006
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Hi,
I am providing the "read/write/append" rights to an user and two different groups for a particular file. Here user is testuser, and two different groups are SysAdmin and Test, which are created in FileNet IS.

When i display the credentials of both user and group, its tough to distinguish them, as both are having similar type of credentials.

for example,

value is [{object_id=31, members_in=[32], object_name=testuser:CrawlingIS:FileNet, primary_group=32}]


value is [{object_id=11, members_in=[2], object_name=SysAdmin:CrawlingIS:FileNet, primary_group=2}]


value is [{object_id=32, members_in=[32], object_name=Test:CrawlingIS:FileNet, primary_group=32}]

Here CrawlingIS is domain and FileNet is organization name.

Can you please help me to find that how can i distinguish an user and group.

Thanks in advance,
Dhananjay
 
I agree. Here's the link: http://aspose.com/file-tools
 
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