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How can I identify all permission schemes using "Any logged in user" permission?

We have a lot of permission schemes and we need to remove the "Any logged in user" from them all.  How can we find the permissions schemes that have this permission by querying the database?




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I think this information is stored in database in schemepermissions table and can be found by condition: perm_type = 'applicationRole' and perm_parameter is null

So the result query is:

select ps."name" , schemep.permission_key , schemep.perm_type, schemep.perm_parameter from permissionscheme ps join schemepermissions schemep on ( = schemep.scheme) 
where schemep.perm_type = 'applicationRole' and schemep.perm_parameter is null;

Thanks this worked!

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