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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

Role details

Role details

The role details page displays information about a role, including the asset and feature privileges that are associated with the role. For system-defined roles, you can view the role information and privileges. For custom roles, you can view and change the role information and the assigned asset and feature privileges.
To display the role details page, in
Administrator
, select
User Roles
, and then click the role name.
The following image shows the role details page:
The role details page for the Reporter custom role displays the role name and description and the asset and feature privileges that are set for the Data Integration service. You set the privileges separately for each service.
Each role has the following properties:
Role name
Name of the role. For custom roles, you can change the role name.
Description
Role description. For custom roles, you can change the role description.
Services
Name of the service for which privileges are enabled or disabled. Select a service to view the asset and feature privileges that are associated with the service.
If the license for a service expires, the service is marked as disabled. You can view the asset and feature privileges that are associated with a disabled service.
Assets
Asset privileges for the selected service. Asset privileges control access to different types of assets. For example, users with the Service Consumer role can view and run mappings in
Data Integration
, but they cannot create, update, delete, or set permissions on mappings.
The following table describes the asset privileges:
Privilege
Description
Create
Create assets of the selected type. For Secure Agents, this privilege allows users to download and install the Secure Agent.
Requires the Read and Update privileges, which are automatically granted.
Read
Open assets of the selected type. For tasks, this privilege also allows users to use a connection or schedule in the task.
Update
Edit assets of the selected type.
Requires the Read privilege, which is automatically granted.
Delete
Delete assets of the selected type.
Run
Run assets of the selected type.
For the
Data Integration
service, users can run mappings, tasks, or taskflows. Users can also monitor, stop, and restart instances of the mapping, task, or taskflow.
For the Hub Integration service, users can run publications or subscriptions.
Set permission
Configure permissions for assets of the selected type. For example, if you grant this privilege for projects, users with the role can select a project and enable other users and groups to read, update, delete, or change permissions for the selected project.
To configure this privilege, your organization must have the appropriate license.
If a privilege does not apply to an asset type, the privilege is disabled. For example, the run privilege is disabled for folders.
For custom roles, you can enable and disable the asset privileges for a service as long as the service is not disabled.
Features
Feature privileges for the selected service. Feature privileges are general privileges that control the ability to use the features of a service. For example, users with the Designer role have the ability to perform data catalog discovery in
Data Integration
but not to preview data.
For custom roles, you can enable and disable feature privileges for a service as long as the service is not disabled.


Updated August 03, 2020