Normalized view of the Database Security Table
Currently, the Security column in the Database Security Table uses the following notation for its values (example):
piadmin: A(r,w) | piadmins: A(r,w) | PI Readers: A(r) | PIWorld: A(r)
This crams multiple PI Identities and access types into a single cell.
Consider adding an option to view this table in a more normalized form. That is, split the Security column into PI Identity and Access Type (read or write). This way, we can sort the PI Identify column to group PI Identities together. Then we can easily see which tables a PI Identity has access to rather than visually inspecting for the PI Identity's name in the Security values.