We have created a role that is intended to allow managers at each business unit to setup security roles without giving the managers the system administrator role.
We have not been able to get this to work - when creating a role, we get the following message: "The logged on user does not have the appropriate security permissions to view these records or perform the specific action"
This happens even if a user with this role clicks New, types in a Security Role name and clicks Save.
I have searched the internet and found various attempts to overcome this issue but if anyone has a definite solution, it would be much appreciated.
The role to priv mapping is defined in the table called [RolePrivileges].
Modifying these privs through the UI isn't possible. This article talks says that you can make the change via custom development:
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