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Rodrigo Serafim
On 10/25/19, 3:31 PM

The closest thing to that functionality in Genio is the 'Show after filter' option in the menu lists:


This will keep the list empty of results until the user searches for something.

However, wildcards will still work, so its not guaranteed that only 1 or 0 results will return, N results are possible. This pattern was adapted to database optimization (heavy tables that should not be shown as a whole) and not as a information security feature.

You can try and add a bit of code to the controller of that list to exclude any wildcard the user tries to use, so for full compliance you may have to use Manual code. 

/[MANUAL <module> MENU_GET <menu>]/ is likely the one you will want to use.


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