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Shawn Varghese Verenigde Arabische Emiraten

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Shawn Varghese Verenigde Arabische Emiraten
01-03-16 04:39

Doesn't it already work like that? There is a pre-defined record rule that prevents anyone else from editing the meeting other than the owner of the invite. Attendees can edit the fields, but they won't be able to Save the changes.

If you go to Settings > Security > Record Rules, and search for "calendar", you will see this access rule.

http://postimg.org/image/g80twztm5/

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Chan Nath Cambodja
06-02-19 02:19

Hello Can anyone share this image (http://postimg.org/image/g80twztm5/) again. Having trouble on setting access in the calendar.

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Narashimman India
01-03-16 06:21

Try, This example..

<record id="calendar_meeting_personal_rule" model="ir.rule"> <field name="name">Calander Meeting</field> <field model="ir.model" name="model_id" ref="model_basic_calendar"/> <field name="domain_force">[('user_id','=',user.id)]</field> <field name="groups" eval=""/> </record>

Else,

1- Settings >> security >> Record Rule

2- create new record rule on Meeting Object and the domain is

['|',('partner_ids','in',user.partner_id.id),('user_id','=',user.id)]

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Alain Egho Libanon
01-03-16 05:03

Rule Definition (Domain Filter) is set to  [(1,'=',1)]

Any idea how to change it so only creators can only edit .

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ePillars Systems LLC, Shawn Varghese Verenigde Arabische Emiraten
02-03-16 01:30

Added a screenshot link to my answer. Create a record rule similar to that. Hope it helps.

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