opal.table_perm_delete: Delete a permission from a table

Description Usage Arguments See Also Examples

View source: R/opal.table.R

Description

Delete a permission that was applied on a table. Silently returns when there is no such permission.

Usage

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opal.table_perm_delete(opal, project, table, subject, type = "user")

Arguments

opal

Opal connection object.

project

Project name where the table will be located.

table

Destination table name.

subject

A vector of subject identifiers: user names or group names (depending on the type).

type

The type of subject: user (default) or group.

See Also

Other table functions: opal.table_create(), opal.table_delete(), opal.table_dictionary_get(), opal.table_dictionary_update(), opal.table_exists(), opal.table_export(), opal.table_get(), opal.table_import(), opal.table_perm_add(), opal.table_perm(), opal.table_save(), opal.table_truncate()

Examples

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## Not run: 
o <- opal.login('administrator','password', url='https://opal-demo.obiba.org')
opal.table_perm_add(o, 'CNSIM', 'CNSIM1', c('andrei', 'valentina'), 'user', 'view')
opal.table_perm(o, 'CNSIM', 'CNSIM1')
opal.table_perm_delete(o, 'CNSIM', 'CNSIM1', c('andrei', 'valentina'), 'user')
opal.logout(o)

## End(Not run)

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