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

Administrator

Administrator

Application Integration feature privileges

Application Integration
feature privileges

Use
Application Integration
feature privileges to create custom roles.
Important:
You must assign the Folder and Project asset privileges to the user's role. To do this, select the
Data Integration
service and then select the CRUD options for the folder and project assets.
You can enable the following
Application Integration
feature privileges when you create a custom role:
Administration
Assign the Administration privilege to a role when you want the user to have complete design-time and run-time administrative access to the
Application Integration
and
Application Integration Console
.
Users with the Administration privilege can perform the following tasks:
  • View, create, update, and delete all
    Application Integration
    assets.
  • Manage and invoke services.
  • Stop running processes.
  • View instances and logs for deployed process.
  • Deploy Process Developer BPR files to the
    Application Integration Console
    .
  • Manage deployed catalogs.
  • View WSDL files deployed across multiple systems.
  • View Process Server metrics.
The
Application Integration
Administration privilege does not give the user
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-wide administrator privileges. For example, a user with the only the
Application Integration
Administration privilege will be unable to create sub-organizations.
Console Administration
Assign the Console Administration privilege to a role when you want the user to have near-complete access to the
Application Integration Console
.
Users with the Console Administration privilege can perform the following tasks:
  • View instances for deployed process.
  • Stop running processes.
  • View deployed Process Developer BPRs and catalogs.
  • View WSDL files deployed across multiple systems.
  • View Process Server metrics.
Users with the Console Administration privilege cannot delploy BPR files.
Data Viewer
Assign the Data Viewer privilege to a user who needs to access detailed logs in the
Application Integration Console
.
For example, you could assign this privilege to a someone who needs to see all logs across the organization. You would not normally assign this role to a developer.
The process logging level must be set to verbose to get detailed logs.
Development
Assign the Development privilege to developers who will occasionally need to debug processes.
Users with the Development privilege can perform the following tasks:
  • View, create, update, and delete all
    Application Integration
    assets.
  • Invoke services.
  • View the Detailed Process Instance page on the
    Application Integration Console
    .
  • Manage processes instances.
Monitoring
Assign the Monitoring privilege to a user who needs to view all parts of the
Application Integration Console
except for detailed logs.
Publish Application Integration Assets
Assign the Publish Application Integration Assets privilege to a user that needs to be able to publish
Application Integration
processes, guides, connections, or service connectors.
View Application Integration Console
Assign the View Application Integration Console privilege to a user who needs access to the
Application Integration Console
service. You must assign this privilege to any role that has privileges that include working on the
Application Integration Console
.
For example, you need to assign this privilege along with the Development privilege.
View Application Integration Designer
Assign the View Application Integration Designer privilege to a user who needs access to the
Application Integration
service. You must assign this privilege to any role that has privileges that include working on the
Application Integration Console
.
For example, you need to assign this privilege along with the Publish Application Integration Assets privilege.


Updated October 29, 2020