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Creating access roles

Updated on March 4, 2022

An access role is defined as having certain class access rights. A user can have one or more access roles, which are listed in access groups. All users in the same access group have the same roles.

Your application includes one or more predefined access groups, see Appendix A, Application-Specific Information. These access roles typically exist for users who work with the application: system administrators, architects, managers, supervisors, and basic operators, for example.

Your application includes one or more predefined access roles, see Appendix A, Application-Specific Information. Be sure the appropriate access roles are listed in the access groups for your application users.

Note: Access roles must be associated with the classes to which they provide access in rules of type Rule- Access-Role-Obj. This association already exists for the predefined access roles included with your application. If you create a new role, you must associate it with the necessary classes as explained in the section Associating Access Roles, Privileges, and Classes in this chapter.

When you create an access role, you must specify the access that role has to classes in your application and any privileges or access settings associated with the relevant class and role name combinations.

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