Xpages - Security

Security

XPages applications and the document oriented database can be secured in multiple ways. There is a so called ACL (access control list) which contains a list of users, groups and roles and their access rights. Security can furthermore be applied on document level via reader and author fields. On top of the default ACL of the notes database ACL's can be applied to separate xpages as well.

Adding an ACL to a separate xPages defines who can access / run the specified XPage.

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