3 Replies Latest reply: Jun 12, 2009 11:54 AM by 706650 RSS

    Excluding menu in OFSA

    614984
      Hi all,

      How to restrict users in accessing different modules in OFSA ?

      Thanks & Regards
      MS
        • 1. Re: Excluding menu in OFSA
          402629
          Use OFSA Admin client to setup access via user groups. There are std groups for each app.
          • 2. Re: Excluding menu in OFSA
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            • 3. Re: Excluding menu in OFSA
              706650
              Hello MS,

              Using OFDM Administrator you can restict restrict access to applications (PA, TP, B&C, RTM, RM, etc.) and you can restrict applications functions also, ex.: "+Balance & Control - Create Batch ID+", "+Balance & Control - Run Batch ID+", etc.

              The administer the access to applications or functions of applications OFSA utilizes "Security Profiles". There are basic seeded security profiles provided by OFSA, availables when you install it. Theese security profiles can be assigned to USERS or USER GROUPS.

              OFSA has seeded user groups also. They are:

              OFDM_G_XXXX, where XXXX identifies a module/application. Ex.: PA, TP, BC...

              Assigning a user to a seeded OFSA user group, the user gets access to the application because the group has assigned the role and the security profile for the particular module or application.

              If you need to restrict a particular function of an application, you need to create a particular SECURITY PROFILE. Defining a security profile you can give or restrict access to every functionality of every application. Examples of what you can grant in a security profile:

              Construct Name /                                      Action
              Batch ID - Balance and Control / Create
              Batch ID - Balance and Control / Delete
              Batch ID - Balance and Control / Run
              Batch ID - Balance and Control / Update
              Batch ID - Balance and Control / View
              Configuration ID / Create
              Configuration ID / Delete
              ...
              etc.

              To create security profiles you have a wizard and you access to it through the main menu: Wizards / Create / Security Profile

              Hope it helps you,
              Javier