Permissions in a project...
...and permissions on Company level.
As an administrator in projects, you have received the rights from the Company administrator who manages the Company in which the projects are located or a Projects administrator who can start new projects and invite, for example, a Project administrator who then invites Users.
Invite and/or assign users to a Role or Group directly from a project
When you as a project administrator are to invite users to the project, you link them to a Role or Group. When the user logs in to Bimeye to get to the project, the user automatically receives the rights associated with the Role or Group.
Predefined system Roles (Administrator, Participant and Observer)
Configurable project defined user groups
Invite to a Company with one of the predefined Roles assigned
As a Company Administrator, you can invite multiple people at the Company level. Either as a Company Administrator or as a Projects Administrator or as an Observer.
Projects Administrator cannot invite people at Company level but can manage all projects and create new ones. Projects administrator can invite users to projects and assign them different Roles / Groups.
Typically, a Projects Administrator invites a (specific) Project Administrator who invites users and sets their rights.
Observer is placeholder for assigning user to other resources and groups, most often done by Project administrator directly in project but if done in company level user is ready for assignment.
Known issues & limitations related to Permissions:
- Limited model permissions will not protect users from having access to reports containing data from any model in the project
- Limited model permissions will not protect users from making snapshots with data from all models to be later used in reports and revisions
- “Edit data” on both Project and Models is required to be able to use import, snapshots, recreate data grid & revision in individual models (for edit in grid & object detail it is enough to have “Edit data” on model level)
Examples of settings
Examples of rights group settings for Architect