Manually retrieve assigned roles on a document and the users and groups assigned to them.
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The cmdlet will use the Veeva Vault API to process WHERE clause conditions built with the following columns and operators. The rest of the filter is executed client-side within the cmdlet.
- DocumentId supports the '=' and 'IN' operators.
For example, the following queries are processed server side:
SELECT * FROM DocumentRoles WHERE DocumentId = '100' SELECT * FROM DocumentRoles WHERE DocumentId IN ('99', '98', '876', '873', '867', '1')It is recommended to specify DocumentId, otherwise the provider will make a request per each document, causing the execution of the query to take some time.
You can turn off client-side execution by setting SupportEnhancedSQL to false in which case any search criteria that refers to other columns will result in unfiltered data being pushed.
|DocumentId [KEY]||String||Identifier of the document.|
|Name [KEY]||String||Name of the role.|
|Label||String||Label of the role.|
|AssignedUsers||String||Comma-separated list of user Ids.|
|AssignedGroups||String||Comma-separated list of group Ids.|
|AvailableUsers||String||Comma-separated list of user Ids.|
|AvailableGroups||String||Comma-separated list of group Ids.|
|DefaultUsers||String||Comma-separated list of user Ids.|
|DefaultGroups||String||Comma-separated list of group Ids.|