User Roles

Roles in the application

The table below summarizes the possible actions according to the level of access to the application :

Role

Rights in Iterop Design

User

  • No access to Iterop Design, only to Iterop Play

Access to Design

  • Create a template, configure and deploy it
  • Activate, modify, stop or delete one of its deployed processes
  • Modify the visibility of one of its models
  • Modify, configure and deploy a public template
  • Activate, modify, stop or delete a public deployed process
  • Consult users and groups
  • View related lists and dependency tables

Director

  • Create a template, configure and deploy it
  • Modify, configure and deploy any template
  • Change the owner of any model
  • Modify the visibility of any model
  • Activate, modify, stop or delete all deployed processes
  • Create and modify a user or group
  • Creating and editing a linked list and a dependency table
  • Creating and modifying a service
  • Change application settings

Roles in processes

The table below summarizes the possible actions according to the user rights on the processes:

Role

Rights in Iterop Design

Actor

  • View tasks
  • Getting the job done
  • Trigger an alert

Initiator

  • Starting a process

Supervisor

  • View tasks
  • Follow the process

Difference between supervisor and limited supervisor?

Controller

  • View tasks
  • Follow the process
  • Modify the data
  • Manage alerts
  • Changing the assignment of tasks
  • Stop the process
Updated on 13 November 2020

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