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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
  10. User-Defined Datatypes

Connection Permissions

Connection Permissions

When you create a connection in Test Data Manager you become the owner of the connection. As the owner of the connection, you can add users and user groups and assign the required levels of permission. You can change the owner of the connection. The domain administrator can also add and edit connection permissions and can change the owner of the connection.
You can access connections based on the permissions that you have.
Connections have the following levels of permission:
  • Read
  • Write
  • Execute
To perform any task that uses the connection, you must also have the minimum required level of privileges as a TDM user.
The following table lists the connection 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
  • View the connection in Test Data Manager.
  • View connections
Write
  • View the connection in Test Data Manager.
  • Update and delete the connection.
  • View connections
  • Manage connections
Execute
  • View the connection in Test Data Manager.
  • Update and delete the connection.
  • Import metadata.
  • Run profiles.
  • Generate workflows.
  • Run workflows.
  • Use relational dictionaries.
  • Perform rule simulation.
  • View connections
  • Manage connections