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Hello Booth,

There are probably a number of ways to handle this, but one thing you might 
want to try is to lock down the physical file tightly so that the users can't 
access it. Then, create a logical (or logicals) over the physcial file that 
excludes rows where FERPA is filled in.

You allow this logical to be accessed by the query runners and those accessing 
the data from outside the 400, and keep the original data in the physical file 
nice and secure.

Hope this helps.

Kevin Vandever.


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