Use the Applications wizard to create, edit or delete application rights. Application rights allow the definition of restrictions for queries, integrations (such as hyperlinks, external applications) or for generic tiles within the landing page.

 

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In order to create an application right, an Access control ID has to be configured with WebOffice author standalone.

 

When creating an application right in UserManagement Admin Web, first select one of the two existing applications:

WebOffice (WebOffice Application)

WebOffice export (WebOffice export)

 

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WebOffice 10.9 SP1 only works with the two preconfigured applications within the WebOffice usermanagement. Please do not create any new applications within the UserManagement Admin Web, since they will be ignored.

 

Modify applications - Step 1 Selection of the application

Modify applications - Step 1 Selection of the application

 

Modify applications - Step 2 Change of data

Modify applications - Step 2 Change of data

 

Within step three of the wizard, create a new application right or edit an existing one. You have to insert the access control ID of the affected application of the WebOffice author standalone within the field Application Rights and add the new application right with the um_Applications3b button. Additionally, provide a description for the application right.

 

Modify applications - Step 3 Edit or Create Application Rights

Modify applications - Step 3 Edit or Create Application Rights

 

In the final step you get a resume. Click the Finish button to store your edits.

 

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With this wizard, application rights are only configured within in the application. You must reference an application right in an Application Role and in an Application Profile in order to deny or provide access to it.

 

Modify applications - Summary and finish of the wizard

Modify applications - Summary and finish of the wizard

 

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See chapter Query for details where to configure an access control ID for queries in WebOffice author standalone.

See chapter Query - Where Clause for details where to configure an access control ID for predefined queries in WebOffice author standalone.

See chapter Search Result View for details where to configure an access control ID for search result views in WebOffice author standalone.

See chapter Hyperlink for details where to configure an access control ID for hyperlinks in WebOffice author standalone.

See chapter Integration (Call FROM WebOffice) for details where to configure an access control ID for external applications in WebOffice author standalone.

See chapter List of Generic Tiles for details where to configure an access control ID for generic tiles of the landing page in WebOffice author standalone.

See chapter Web Integration - Custom Tool for details where to configure an access control ID for custom tools in WebOffice author standalone.

See chapter Geoprocessing for details where to configure an access control ID for geoprocessing tools in WebOffice author standalone.

See chapter Integrated Editing Application for details where to configure an access control ID for an integrated editing application in WebOffice author standalone.

See chapter Geolocator Query for details where to configure an access control ID for a geolocator query in WebOffice author standalone.