-Data is accessible through a data warehouse. Selected databases/tables are shipped to the DW SQL servers.
-We need to provide user authentication:
User logs into www.abc.com system
abc company has a complex access control system based on a hierarchy established by the product type such as:
Each of the above entities have users of different levels. Access control has to be enforced in cases such as in the Lawfirm edition a user from corporation A cannot access data for corporation B.
1) User clicks on the reporting portal link
2) User is taken to the reporting portal associated with their corporation. In there the user can run, edit, and add reports.
Please suggest any ideas .
Thanks in advance
Moved byAdam Wilson (Microsoft)Monday, October 21, 2013 11:52 PMGeneral question pertaining to Power BI and not specific to Q&A
Second, Power BI is based on SharePoint Online as part of Office 365 solution. This means that permission to reports and SPO sites is based on O365 permissions. I think the best way to separate access business units or corporations is to create to each its
own SPO site and to provide permissions only to the users that should have access to it.
If a user from BU A tries to access a report on a site of BU B that they have no permissions to (no view permissions) then they will not be able to open the report.
However, users do have the option to share reports with other users, but only if they have edit permissions to the report and it's done explicitly.
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