Please read the following article to get an Overview of the Bazefield Object Security Model:
Configuring User Access roles and views (dashboards)
Search or navigate to User Manager under Administration whilst logged into an Admin account.
In this example, we'll configure access on the following levels for a 'read only' view:
STEP 1: Create Users and/or Role from User Manager.
Click the green ‘new’ button to create a user or role.
Making a separate role for each site in the fleet allows you to configure access from the user level on a site by site basis.
One could create a sort of executive role with 'read only' access to all "Assets" at all sites.
STEP 2: Add individual users to the Role from User Manager > Users.
Edit the user’s roles with the “Assigned Roles” tab
STEP 3: Add access to each domain object to your newly created role.
User Manager > Access
Select the applicable Role(s) from the dropdown menu by clicking into the text box. Alternatively you can add additional access on an individual user level by finding the User.
"Find items" search bar:
Use the % wildcard to filter your search for tagnames of a site easily. Click the Search button anytime you make changes to repopulate the list of item names below.
Example: SITESHORTNAME-% will give you all tags that begin with that short name.
Use the checkboxes on the right to select relevant item(s) or further filter with “Has Access” and “No access”.
"Find items" filtering by object category:
Use the drop down menu or begin typing a category name to search/select item categories.
Example configuring tag access, an important step in any role/user creation.
Object category selection quickstart:
Tag (most important, for trend tool and dashboards that require the tags)
STEP 4: Configure the application and individual dashboard layers of the system.
Click Edit near the bottom of the navigation panel and then then click the edit button next to the relevant apps and dashboards. Use "Done" to save changes.
Configure the access by adding the Role you just created in the Access and Permissions tab of each dashboard. Add to child items will add the same user/role to each child dashboard inside the parent.
STEP 5: Test by logging in with the username (with the roles applied).
Add permissions to the role or checkaccess to the parent dashboard or app itself if you notice you're missing features/dashboards.