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How do I grant my user access to an explore?

  • 10 September 2021
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Hi! I am a bit rusty with Looker so I have a question.

I have imported a view from my database and created a model for it. As myself, I am able to use my explore, query and view data.

How do I give access to the Explore I created to my users?  I am guessing this has to do with access grants but I am a bit confused how to do this.

Can someone please provide pointers? Thank you!

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Best answer by olga 10 September 2021, 20:40

Hey Chris!

 

First of all, your LookML code needs to be pushed to production.

 

If after this your users still can’t see your explore (but can see other explores) they will need access to this model . In their role they have their permissions and their model sets. You can add your mode lto the model set they have access to - and it will do the trick.

https://docs.looker.com/de/admin-options/settings/roles#model_sets

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Hey Chris!

 

First of all, your LookML code needs to be pushed to production.

 

If after this your users still can’t see your explore (but can see other explores) they will need access to this model . In their role they have their permissions and their model sets. You can add your mode lto the model set they have access to - and it will do the trick.

https://docs.looker.com/de/admin-options/settings/roles#model_sets

That did the trick, Olga! Thanks so much for the quick reply!!

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