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Checkboxes next to grid items should not appear if user does not have associate permission
In 188.8.131.52, when you have an association grid view on a task view (e.g. Associated Processes grid on an Entity Task view), users would need an Associate action button in order to associate or disassociate objects.
In 184.108.40.206, rather than using the Associate button to disassociate objects, users are now given checkboxes next to each item in the grid. Then users can checkoff items, and a "Remove" button appears that allows them to disassociated the checked items.
This is fine for users with Associate permission.
The problem is that for users without Associate permission, the Associate button does not appear (which is expected), but the checkboxes still appear next to each grid item. Furthermore, the user can checkoff items and the Remove button appears. When the user tries to click on Remove, they get an error saying they don't have permission to perform this operation (which is expected since they do not have associate access to the object).
This request is to not show the checkboxes next to the grid items when the user does not have Associate permission. This is more inline with previous behavior that took a preventative approach (by not giving user the option to attempt the disassociation).
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