I recently posted a question about using the UserRecordAccess object. The solution ended up being a web service. Well, kind of. We can call a web service that uses UserRecordAccess to pass back the user's access to a record, and we can use that to display (or not display) a button on the page. Now we want to use the web service to decide whether or not to display the edit and delete "links" on a list (see attached image). The development team wants the "Edit" and "Delete" access to be columns in a model. I, on the other hand, am new to SKUID and don't care how it works as long as it works :-) . Suggestions on the "best practice" for tackling this would be greatly appreciated.