At AXnorth we sell and support the AXtend Analyzer. One of the great features of the Analyzer is how users can create their own private layouts, their own way of seeing the data.
If the need arises that you as an IT needs to look at these layouts here is how you make yourself the owner of a given layout (assuming that you have edit access to the database).
Layoutname in question: PrivateLayout1
AD name of IT person: domain\it1
AD name of the original creator of layout: domain\un1
Here are the steps:
1. Use this query to retrieve the needed information about the layout:
select * from na.FormLayout_v2 f
where f.LayoutName like ‘%PrivateLayout1%’
Make a copy of the AD name of the original creator of the layout so you can revert your changes back later. Also, make sure you have the unique name of the layout ready to use for the following update statement. You want to make sure only to update no more than one layout.
2. Run a sql update to make yourself the owner of the layout:
set UserName = ‘domain\it1’
where LayoutName = ‘PrivateLayout1’
3. Now you can restart/open Analyzer and open the layout that you previously did not have access to.
4. Remember to revert the changes in #2 once you are done testing/working with the layout in Analyzer.