Here is the problem. I have a database with 50+ views which I am migrating to another DB Manager. Most of these views have specific users accessing each. So the new DB Manager only sees the views where all users have access. You would think Notes would give a Manager default access to all views but it does not. This forces me to go into each view to assign.
Is there some way (maybe an agent) that could globally add access to a specified user?
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