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Access groups

Access groups panel allows to manage user’s access to some actions and object types. The system administrator is able create a new group and apply custom rules of access to objects and action. When a new group is created, you may assign it to the user, thereby expanding or limiting his rights when working with the system. There is always the administrators group in the system it is not possible to delete or edit it.Access groups panel allows to manage user’s access to some actions and object types. The system administrator is able create a new group and apply custom rules of access to objects and action. When a new group is created, you may assign it to the user, thereby expanding or limiting his rights when working with the system. There is always the administrators group in the system it is not possible to delete or edit it.

There is one Access token in the system by default when a new database is created. This Access token is enough to work with the system in a simple mode, with no separation of access and visibility. Each group has the following access tokens:

  • Record (View > Access groups > Access tokens > Record) - defines the access level to each new onbject and saves access token that is assgned to the user that creates the object. Ie access token assignes to user group and all the objects have the same access token that id assgned to the user.
  • Read (View > Access groups > Access tokens > Read) - defines visibility of objects for the system users (ie defines if users is able to see the objects from the company’s database).

There are following rulles for access to objects in the system:

  • Access to any object is restricted by default, access can be allowed only by adding the user to the appropriate Access group that has an appropriate permissions.
  • Access rights are assigned to the type of objects, it is not possible to set access permission for separate objects and/or folders.
Neither admistrator nor any user is able to change Access token for saved object.