Use the Application Roles wizard to create, edit, or delete specific application roles. Application roles are composed by one or many application rights and form itself an Application Profile. By assigning or excluding specific application rights it is possible to create application roles for several purposes (restrict specific tools or functions in WebOffice 10.9 SP1). UserManagement Admin Web includes three preconfigured application roles:

WebOffice - Editing (Standard) - WebOffice: contains all WebOffice 10.9 SP1 tools including editing

WebOffice - Export (Standard) - WebOffice: contains all data formats available for WebOffice extract server

WebOffice - Viewing (Standard) - WebOffice: contains all WebOffice 10.9 SP1 tools excluding editing

 

Create a new application role if you want to restrict access for any custom configuration of your WebOffice 10.9 SP1 project (queries, hyperlinks, external applications, etc). If you are modifying an existing application role, select one in the first step.

 

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Before creating an application role, be sure that all necessary application rights have been configured in Applications.

 

Modify an application role - step 1

Modify an application role - step 1

 

In the next step you can define a name and description for the application role. The application may only be chosen when creating a new application role.

 

Modify an application role - step 2

Modify an application role - step 2

 

Step three allows you to decide which application rights are to be assigned for the application role. Move the desired application rights to the right side and click Next.

 

Modify an application role - step 3

Modify an application role - step 3

 

In the final step you get a resume. Click the Finish button for storing your edits. Several roles of different applications get organized in a so called Application Profile which are then applied to Groups.

 

Modify an application role - step 4

Modify an application role - step 4