Permissions in Connect are set on the level of a data asset (e.g. folder, homepage...) and are inherited to its children.
These are the following permissions types:
- Admin: User can perform administrative tasks in Administration Console.
- Move/Copy: User has the right to remove a data asset (move object from one location into another).
- Remove: User has the right to remove a data asset and its children.
- Createchild: User has the right to create a child of a current data asset.
- Edit: User has the right to edit a data asset.
- View: User has the right to view a data asset.
- Createcomment: User has the right to create comments related to a data asset.
- Editcomment: User has the right to edit comments related to a data asset.
- Deletecomment: User has the right to delete comments related to a data asset.
Permissions can be assigned to a user or to a group (recommended).
Connect has built-in groups, such as:
- Administrators: Users with administration permissions.
- Certifiers: Users with permission to certify assets.
- Contributors: Default group. Users with editing permission.
- Readers: Group with basic permissions.
Review or Edit Permission for an Asset
- Navigate to a data asset for which you would like to see or change permissions. You can navigate to see the permissions of a folder, subfolder, or directly of a certain data asset.
- Select the three-dot menu in the top-right corner, then select Permissions.
- A window with a permission table pops up. In the Inherited permission table you can see all the inherited permissions for this data asset. By default, a data asset is set to inherit the permissions of its parent.
- Below the Inherited permission table you can see the list of all actions. Select any field to add a user groups or individual users to a permission level.
- Once all permission changes have been made, select Save. The changes you made will be visible in the list of all actions.
For more information about Connect permissions see the Permission Overview and System Permissions sections in Security.