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somenathroy
Contributor III

How to hide navigation menus of a published app

Hi,

Working on Qlik Sense server 3.1.

Is there any way to hide the below menus of a published apps. But the consumer of the published app should add/republish the visualization. Consumer of the published app not be provided RootAdmin/ContentAdmin role.

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Thanks in advance.

Som

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somenathroy
Contributor III

Re: How to hide navigation menus of a published app

Thanks all for reply.

The image was taken from a published app in a stream.

The resolution that found is as below:

If Update is checked from the action of the security rule (which is responsible to pass the user to get the published app) , then Data manager/Data load editor/Data model viewer to be accessible to a published app. So to hide these navigation menus, Update action needs to be unchecked.

Regards,

Som

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somenathroy
Contributor III

Re: How to hide navigation menus of a published app

Hi,

Have created a security rule as below:

(user.@CP_UserGroup=resource.@CP_UserGroup) and
((resource.resourcetype = "stream" )

or (resource.resourcetype = "app" )

or (resource.resourcetype = "App.Object" and resource.objectType != "app_appscript" ))

Action Create/Edit/Publish

Resource filter on App_*, Stream_* and App.Object_*

resource.objectType != "app_appscript" condition does not restrict user to  get the 'Data load editor' menu.

Can anyone please share if there is any trick to do the same ?

Thanks

shraddha_g
Honored Contributor III

Re: How to hide navigation menus of a published app

Afaik once app is published in stream you don't get those 3 options in menu

somenathroy
Contributor III

Re: How to hide navigation menus of a published app

Thanks all for reply.

The image was taken from a published app in a stream.

The resolution that found is as below:

If Update is checked from the action of the security rule (which is responsible to pass the user to get the published app) , then Data manager/Data load editor/Data model viewer to be accessible to a published app. So to hide these navigation menus, Update action needs to be unchecked.

Regards,

Som