I need to authorize a group of 40 individual users for a controlled access dataset. Today I tried to create a policy & rule to support that. The current design of the rule builder required a condition for username != to a specific name followed by 39 additional "OR" conditions 1 for each additional user to accomplish this. What I think would be very beneficial is to enable each condition to accept more than 1 entry. In the example I gave I could use 1 condition for username != to and on the user line provide name1,name2,name3, etc. This will essentially 'OR' each user on the line producing the same effect on 1 line making it more performant, and easier to add/delete/maintain this rule.
Why is it useful?
|Who would benefit from this IDEA?||As an administrator I need to create a policy & rule to authorize 40 users for a dataset.|
How should it work?
|Submitting Organization||With Watson|