Permissions are a core feature of most applications and OutSystems offers a very powerful and expandable Access Control subsystem out of the box. However, this system is greatly misused and what could have been great applications are crippled by unnecessarily lacking permission systems.

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Good article, thanks for sharing

Really good to take note on this. especially when your're looking to build more complex systems!

In the first project i built for my company i had used functional roles instead of granular roles, and it is a headache now to manage what permissions each role can do. 




Caulibeam wrote:

Really good to take note on this. especially when your're looking to build more complex systems!

In the first project i built for my company i had used functional roles instead of granular roles, and it is a headache now to manage what permissions each role can do. 




Yup is usually one of the most important feature that almost every project goes through, and it is often overlooked and lead to future problems