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Permissions to browse subjects studies

What role and permissions must have a user to browse the study record of a subject from Associated Study Subjects section of the Administration > Subjects? I have tried already to set myself as Study Director in all the studies and as a Tech Admin also and still get the "You don't have correct permission in your current Study. Change your current Study or contact your administrator".

Given Study One and Two, I am tech admin and study director on both, if I am on Study One and see on Administration > Subjects that Subject S001 have associated Study One and Study Two am I denied to open the record from Study Two?

Answers

  • tkhajatkhaja Posts: 60 ✭✭
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    Please try to log out and login. This issue ("You don't have correct
    permission...)happens in certain cases. One of which is:

    If you created study two recently and if this is the first time you are
    changing study to this new study you created.

    If it still doesn't help, you can see the below link for more information
    on user roles and permissions in OpenClinica:
    https://docs.openclinica.com/3.1/openclinica-user-guide/overview-user-types-and-roles/actionsbuttons-allowed-user-role#content-title-5171

    I hope it helps.

    Thanks!

    On Fri, Jun 19, 2015 at 6:22 PM, nmariscal
    wrote:

    > What role and permissions must have a user to browse the study record of a
    > subject from Associated Study Subjects section of the Administration >
    > Subjects? I have tried already to set myself as Study Director in all the
    > studies and as a Tech Admin also and still get the "You don't have correct
    > permission in your current Study. Change your current Study or contact your
    > administrator".
    >
    >
    > Given Study One and Two, I am tech admin and study director on both, if I
    > am on Study One and see on Administration > Subjects that Subject S001 have
    > associated Study One and Study Two am I denied to open the record from
    > Study Two?
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  • nmariscalnmariscal Posts: 3
    I have tried already to logout/login and still get the restriction and I am Tech Admin and Study Director on both studies. Or the logic is: If I am on Study 1 and I MUST change to Study 2 to browse the history of the S001 Subject on the Associated Study Study 2 on the Administration > Subjects?


  • lkeitalkeita Posts: 50
    Even if you are an Administrator (with access across studies), you must change to the study that is appropriate for the subject in order to view that subject.
  • nmariscalnmariscal Posts: 3
    Thank you for your answer but then from usability standpoint whats the purpose of the Associated Study Subjects' View Icon? I mean there is the view icon of the other studies of the subject but useless. 

    The thing is OK I could change to the Study Associated but I have only the Study ID, is there anyway to find quickly the Study of the ID? The only way I have found it its between the URL 

    Thank you
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