Working with Global Templates, Files, and Strings → Customizing and Translating SBM User Workspace Strings → Modifying Strings Using the Auxiliary Data Feature → Granting Privileges to the Languages and Strings Tables
The Languages, Strings, and String IDs tables are not visible in the Auxiliary Data feature in SBM Application Administrator until you grant user privileges to them. As with other auxiliary tables, you can grant user privileges to view, submit, and update items, create reports, view fields in different sections, add attachments, and more.
Consider the following information when you grant privileges to these tables:
For best results, limit privileges to the Languages, Strings, and String IDs tables to users who are responsible for modifying existing strings. For example, you might grant privileges to a managed administrator who is authorized to modify string names.
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