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  1. Preface
  2. Introduction to TDM Administration
  3. User and Role Administration
  4. Security Administration
  5. System Preferences
  6. TDM Server Administration
  7. Connections
  8. Pass Phrases
  9. Dictionaries

Project Permission

Project Permission

You can assign project permissions to control access to projects. A project owner and the domain administrator can assign and edit permission to users and user groups.
You can access and perform tasks in a project based on the permissions that you have.
Projects have the following levels of permission:
  • Read
  • Write
  • Execute
To perform any task in a project, you must also have the minimum required level of privileges as a TDM user.
The following table lists the project permission levels, the tasks that you can perform with each level, and the minimum required privileges for each task:
Permission
Description
Minimum Required Privilege
Read
  • Open and view the project.
  • Monitor logs for the project workflows.
  • View project
  • Monitor project
  • Audit project
Write
  • Open and view the project.
  • Monitor logs for the project workflows.
  • Import metadata.
  • Delete tables.
  • Create groups.
  • Assign rules.
  • Generate workflows.
  • Run profiles.
  • Copy the project.
  • Delete the project.
  • View project
  • Monitor project
  • Audit project
  • Import metadata
  • Generate project
  • Manage project
  • Discover project
Execute
  • Open and view the project.
  • Monitor logs for the project workflows.
  • Run workflows.
  • View project
  • Monitor project
  • Audit project
  • Execute project
Assign and edit project permission from the
Permissions
tab in a project in Test Data Manager.