I was working on creating a tile in project where if the current login user is in the admin group it controls the project drop-down list for some custom functionality for reporting on Find and Reserve.
So they would all be testers but within the Tile the list of projects they see would only be where they are member of group sg_admin=Y.
Is this due to project being created in Datamaker?
I don't know how each was created.
Is there another join I can use that is more consistent?
SELECT [sg_admin], count(*)
FROM [gtrep].[dbo].[gtrep_security_group] where sg_name like 'Admin%'
group by sg_admin
gives me 20 N and 16 Y
Real SQL is below
SELECT distinct PROJ_NAME
FROM [gtrep].[dbo].[gtrep_security_ldap_group] GSLG
inner join [dbo].[gtrep_security_groupldap_g] GSGLG on GSGLG.[sglg_slg_id] = GSLG.[slg_id]
inner join [dbo].[gtrep_security_group] GSG on GSGLG.sglg_sg_id = GSG.sg_id
inner join [dbo].[gtrep_security_usergroup] GSUG on GSUG.[sug_sg_id]= GSGLG.sglg_sg_id
inner join [dbo].[gtrep_security_user] GSU on GSUG.sug_su_id = GSU.su_id
inner join dbo.gtrep_project GP on GSG.[sg_proj_id] = GP.proj_id
inner join dbo.findandreservemodels FARM on farm.Projectname = GP.proj_name /*
and GP.proj_id = farm.Project
where /* [sg_admin]='Y' and */ SU_NAME ='sina2ee'
Test Data Manager
The sg_admin column is set to 'Y' (= is administrator group) if this group was granted all functions ("Select All Functions" is checked in the group details).
It doesn't have relation to group name or how the group was created - it's possible to create group "Users" with sg_admin equals to 'Y' or group "Admins" with sg_admin equals to 'N'.