Access Rights Window - Intergraph Smart Instrumentation - 13.1 - Administration & Configuration - Hexagon PPM

Intergraph Smart Instrumentation Administration

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13.1

Enables the Domain Administrator to grant or deny access rights to Smart Instrumentation items and activities. Access rights are defined per user group and are set for a particular plant hierarchy level. Examples of items include components of Smart Instrumentation, such as specifications, panels, cables, wires, manufacturer, or location for the Instrument Index module, and so forth.

Project name (only available when the domain type is Owner operator or EPC-Project Mode) — Allows you to select a target project where you can define access rights for user groups. In addition, you can select As-Built or Project Center to define access rights for user groups that exist in As-Built or Project Center. If you want to grant access rights to a group assigned to a project, you must also assign this group to As-Built or Project Center.

Grant maximum access rights — When a user belongs to more than one group, you can grant the maximum level for all the access rights available to the user in all the groups. If you clear the check box, the user receives minimum access rights granted by all the groups.

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Group list

Displays all the user groups defined in the current domain. For each group, access rights are defined on three levels: domain, highest plant hierarchy level, and lowest plant hierarchy level. The Domain Administrator defines plant hierarchy level name in the Plant Hierarchy dialog box. The default highest level is Plant. The default lowest level is Unit. Double-click a group to display the access levels.

Domain level — Allows you to grant or deny access to the domain administration tools and global items, such as supporting tables, default cable and panel managers, UOM definitions, and so forth.  When the domain type is Owner operator or EPC-Project Mode, in a project, As-Built, or Project Center, access rights granted on the domain level do not apply.

<Plant> Level — Allows you to grant or deny access to specific items and activities that are defined on the highest plant hierarchy level.  The label <Plant> changes dynamically according to your highest plant hierarchy level definition.

Double-click the icon to display the existing highest plant hierarchy level items, and then select a specific item.

<Unit> Level — Allows you to grant or deny access to specific items and activities that are defined on the lowest plant hierarchy level.  The label <Unit> changes dynamically according to your lowest plant hierarchy level definition.

Double-click the icon to display the existing lowest plant hierarchy levels, and then select a specific item.

Item or activity

Displays all the items and activities that are associated with the selected access rights level. Each item or activity is then associated with a specific access mode. For more details about the available items and activities, see Access Rights Descriptions.

Name — Displays the items and activities for which you are defining access rights.  The contents of this list depend on the level you selected.

Mode — Allows you to select the appropriate access mode to the selected item or activity for the user group you chose in the Group list pane.
You can select one the following access modes to granted per item or activity:

  • Full — Allows group users to add, delete, and modify data for the item that you selected.

  • Modify — Allows group users to add and modify data for the item that you selected. Deletion is prohibited.

  • View Only — Allows group users to view data for the item that you selected, but does not allow editing the item in any way.

  • Access Denied — Prevents group users from accessing the item that you selected.  You can apply this mode at the domain level if you need to deny access to an entire module.