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Add, change, delete are all "functions".

To say a user "cannot" is redundant; you can simple add a rule to the user that says "can add customer".

At run time, the "ui" can access the "rule" for a given user and transaction, and enabled / disable that "menu item", tab, groupbox etc.

In most cases, the user never gets past the menu based on a rule. And which is friendlier than totally removing a menu item. In your case, if you want to enabled / disable add / edit / replace buttons, you need to establish "intent" first; which transates to less code but a few more menu items (to pass transaction codes).

Your "logging" gets more useable data too.
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