As described more fully in NIS+ Access Rights, there are four types of NIS+ access rights:
Read. A principal with read rights to an object can view the contents of that object.
Modify. A principal with modify rights to an object can change the contents of that object.
Destroy. A principal with Destroy rights to an object can delete the object.
Create. A principal with create rights to a higher level object can create new objects within that level. In other words, if you have create rights to an NIS+ directory object, you can create new tables within that directory. If you have create rights to an NIS+ table, you can create new columns and entries within that table.
Keep in mind that these rights logically evolve down from directory to table to table column and entry levels. For example, to create a new table, you must have create rights for the NIS+ directory object where the table will be stored. When you create that table, you become its default owner. As owner, you can assign yourself create rights to the table which allows you to create new entries in the table. If you create new entries in a table, you become the default owner of those entries. As table owner, you can also grant table level create rights to others. For example, you can give your table's group class table level create rights. In that case, any member of the table's group can create new entries in the table. The individual member of the group who creates a new table entry becomes the default owner of that entry.