Using Operations in urls
You can use operations in urls when you are creating Menus
tabs, adding internal links, editing the action that is behind an action icon
link or in any other internal Qrimp app links. An operation goes to the table in the url and performs a certain action on it. Composing the URL
To use an operation in a link, simply add "&o=" plus the operation number to the url. An example of a url with an operation restriction would be:http://myapp.qrimp.com/db.aspx?t=Clients&id=82&o=4
When the user clicks this link, they will delete record 82 from the clients table.
If you create a link using an operation, and the user who can see it does not have permission to perform the operation, they will see the login screen and the error message "you do not have permission to _read__ the _Clients___ table". To give your user permission, you must set up the correct Table Security