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Intergraph Smart Instrumentation Tutorial

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Engineering and Schematics
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Intergraph Smart Instrumentation
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Training
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2018 (12.0)

You can grant the same access rights for all the user groups in the domain or for all the items at each level (for a particular group or for all groups). You have already used this option to grant full access to the Domain Administrator for all items. You will now modify access rights globally for the Instrumentation group and perform other exercises to learn how this option works.

  1. In the Domain Administration window, click to open the Domain Definition window.

  2. On the Domain Definition toolbar, click to open the Access Rights window.

  3. Click to open the Global Access Rights dialog box.

  4. From the Access mode list, select Modify (Add / Update).

  5. From the Group name list, select Instrumentation.

  6. Define access rights at the plant level as follows:

    1. Under Access rights on the level <Plant>, select the Enable item selection check box.

    2. In the <Plant> list, select New Refinery.

    3. In the Item list, select All.

    4. Click OK.

  7. On the Access Rights dialog box, do the following:

    1. Double-click the Instrumentation group to display the access levels.

    2. Expand Plant Level by clicking the icon to display all the plants in the domain.

    3. Click New Refinery.

    4. In the Mode column of the right pane, ensure that all the items for the New Refinery plant are defined as Modify (Add / Update).

  8. Click to reopen the Global Access Rights dialog box.

  9. From the Access mode list, select Access Denied.

  10. From the Group name list, select All.

  11. Define access rights at the unit level as follows:

    1. Under Access rights on the level <Unit>, select the Enable item selection check box.

    2. From the <Unit> list, select New Refinery/Crude Area/Crude Unit 1.

    3. From the Item list, select Process Data Change in Specs as shown:

  12. Click OK.

  13. In the Access Rights window, check the results as follows:

    1. Double-click Instrumentation to display the access levels for that group.

    2. Expand Unit Level by clicking the icon to display all the units in the domain.

    3. Click New Refinery/Crude Area/Crude Unit 1.

      In the Mode column of the right pane, the Process Data Change in Specs item for Crude Unit 1 should be defined as Access Denied. The same condition should apply for this unit in the ADMINISTRATORS group.

  14. Click to save your selection to the database.

    At the end of this exercise, make sure that all the items are returned to Full (Add / Delete / Update) access.

  15. When done, click to close the Access Rights window and return to the Domain Definition window.