Before applying read-only to top-level projects,
note the following:
Before applying read-only to a
top-level project, perform a full compile and then apply the
relevant security attributes. Once you apply read-only privilege,
you cannot compile a top-level project (see following bullet). For
projects that needs to manipulate files in the top-level project,
you can modify the security of individual files to read-write; the
project will be regarded as read-only as long as the project folder
is denied write privileges.
Note: Any files in your top-level
project that require runtime read-write access have to be located
outside of the project folder.
Projects that are read-write that
have read-only include projects as a component can be compiled as
You can only run a read-only
project if it is a top-level project.
Applying read-only to top-level
projects prevents online changes being made to alarms, users,
trends, and pages.