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Limiting Visibility to SS#

jforget1
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Have a form which has a social security number. The field only appears when needed for certain request types. I now need to lock it down a little more. I need to add in code so it is visible on data entry and then for that author after saving. Also I need to have it visible to users with an ADMIN role.

The code for the hide on this field is setup currently to appear when the product choice is one of the 3 noted below. How can I tie it to the ADMIN role, while still allowing the Author to see as well.

!((products = "Add USSALES User") | (products = "DAI Change")  | (products = "Party Admin Access"))
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OK that logic makes sense, the one issue that I see here is how do I keep the field visible to the author of the record as well.
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As sjef states this is only hiding of data from display, but perfectly ok on web pages that don't have document properties access and most people would not know how to get full details, but for data protection reasons would not be adequate.

For author, I would put author's name into a field when document composed and then can always compare using @name

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Thank you as always.
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