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  1. Preface
  2. Introducing Administrator
  3. Organizations
  4. Licenses
  5. Ecosystem single sign-on
  6. SAML single sign-on
  7. Source control and service upgrade settings
  8. Users and user groups
  9. User roles
  10. Permissions
  11. Runtime environments
  12. Serverless runtime environments
  13. Secure Agent services
  14. Secure Agent installation
  15. Schedules
  16. Bundle management
  17. Event monitoring
  18. File transfer
  19. Troubleshooting

Administrator

Administrator

User roles

User roles

A role is a collection of privileges that you can assign to users and groups. To ensure that every user can access assets and perform tasks in your organization, assign at least one role to each user or user group.
A role defines the privileges for different types of assets and service features. For example, users with the Designer role can create, read, update, delete, and set permissions on most types of data integration assets. However, they have no access to certain
Administrator
service features such as sub-organizations and audit logs.
Administrators can configure and assign roles for the organization.
You can assign the following types of roles:
System-defined
System-defined roles are pre-defined roles that define access privileges for the services that your organization uses. The system-defined roles that you can assign to users and groups vary based on your organization's licenses. You cannot edit or delete system-defined roles.
Custom roles
Custom roles are roles that you create to set privileges individually. To create custom roles, you need the appropriate license. You can edit and delete custom roles.
You can view both system-defined and custom roles on the
User Roles
page. The
User Roles
page displays a list of all roles in the organization. To access the
User Roles
page, in
Administrator
, select
User Roles
.
The following image shows the
User Roles
page:
The User Roles page shows the system-defined roles Admin, Application Integration Business Manager, Application Integration Data Viewer, Data Integration Data Previewer, Data Integration Task Executor, Deployer, Designer, Monitor, Operator, and Service Consumer. It also shows any custom role that is defined for your organization. In this organization, the Reporter role is a custom role.
The Status column indicates whether the role is enabled or disabled for your organization. A role is disabled when the license expires.
You can assign multiple roles to a user or user group. When you assign multiple roles, the user or group inherits the access privileges associated with all of the roles.


Updated June 30, 2020