Private Data Collection Policy: Demonstrating Members-Only Read and Write Features

Overview

According to fabric documentation, private data collection policy allows more granular access control from non-policy members. In most cases it is desired that only policy members can read and write private data collection, while non-policy members cannot. There are still certain cases we have this need. In this article we will take a look on these two options, and observe the behaviour through some testing scenarios.

Test Setup

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