In most of the cases, it is really easy. You use a technical action that modifies a Property (called “property action”). You can replace the value of the filter or add a condition to this filter.
In some rare cases, people need more complex filters. These filters have to be coded in your program. In this case, your program will ask Visual Guard if the user has the appropriate permission. Visual Guard will reply and pass parameters depending on the current role. Your program will use these parameters value to compose the filter. (this process is easy).
Visual Guard .NET - Version 2.7.802.29