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Hello,
I've been trying to find where the application folder list that is shown in the server tab of a content folder's properties window is stored? Maybe the list is in a physical file or in one of the UOA_ tables? We are on v8105 . Anyone have any suggestions?
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Why do you need this ?


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I'd like to know the answer to this as well.

If access to data is set up based on what content folder you have access to, then one would have to know what app folders are made available in that content folder.

Being able to make the connection between the content folders available to a user and the associated app folders would make it possible to answer the question, "Who has access to my data?".


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I searched the repository tables and could not find anything. I suggest you open a case with techsupport and please post the results of that here.


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I would have thought it would be stored somewhere in the repository. Again I ask why is this needed and for what purpose ?


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It should be the content of WF_REPOSOBJ column APPNAME.


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@Ian: I would have thought the same but also came up short in my past searches.

Terry and I have discussed the problem I described in the past. I'm assuming that he brought this question here to solve the same problem.

I thought the use case that I described was pretty straight forward with a clear business-driven purpose. Do you disagree?

@Tony: Perhaps I glossed right over that in my search, will take a closer look!


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As always Tony is correct. I went back and ran a query against the WF_REPOSOBJ table where APPNAME != 'MISSING' and found the domain object that has the values for the app folders listed. Also the OBJTYPE for the domain folder is 101


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Yes I did the same too. Good to know it's there !! Thanks Tony.


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Yes, this helps. Thank you everyone.


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