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UserPermissionCollection.Item Property (String) (Microsoft.Office.InfoPath)

Get the UserPermission object with the specified UserId from the collection.

Namespace: Microsoft.Office.InfoPath
Assembly: Microsoft.Office.InfoPath (in microsoft.office.infopath.dll)

public abstract UserPermission this [
	string userId
] { get; }

Parameters

userId

The e-mail address of the specified user.

Property Value

A UserPermission that represents the specified user. Returns null if the specified userId does not exist.

This member can be accessed only by forms running in the same domain as the currently open form, or by forms that have been granted cross-domain permissions.

This type or member can be accessed only from code running in forms opened in Microsoft Office InfoPath 2007.

In the following example, clicking the Button control gets the UserPermissionsCollection for the current form and sets the user with the e-mail address someone@example.com to the Change access level.

public void CTRL1_Clicked(object sender, ClickedEventArgs e)
{
   Permission.UserPermissions["someone@example.com"].Permission = 
      PermissionType.Change;
}
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