Those yellow cells mean that there are Pages and Microflows that don’t have any security set on them. As these are appstore modules, you don’t need to worry about correcting them. Best practice for appstore modules is not to change them, as your changes may be overridden with the next update from the appstore.
In all likelihood, there are some future features or changes to these modules that are not fully developed, so the security settings haven’t been completed yet.
Hope that helps,
P.S. if your curious about what is not complete, in the module, you can double click on security and see all of the pages and microflows what module roles have access to them. See an example below:
you may note the my EmailTemplates module doesn’t have any pages without security – so I am on a different version of the module than you are.
Thank you Mike!
I am fine with ignoring these security warnings if only I could. But my runtime pops up an error.
"Executing action failed for security reasons: DS_CheckForSetup"
which resides in the EmailTemplate.Private.Setup
I note that EmailTemplate.Security shows DS_CheckForSetup already checked for Administrator. But strange that OC_TLS (which is unused) shows checked for Adminstrator but is nonetheless YELLOW.
and scrolling to bottom shows the weird result:
Perhaps I should use a different version of the EmailModule? Or a different version of Mendix Desktop Modeler?
I saw this on another project too. Here is what is causing this (I think):
How to eliminate this error:
Some other info: this microflow checks your app to see that you have all of the components set up to use the EmailTemplate module. While the idea is a good one, in practice I have found it to be not very helpful. For this reason, I don’t use it.
Hope that helps,