Managing user permissions

Concepts

Permissions in Kademi are given to user groups by adding roles, those permissions are then conveyed to users who are in those groups.

The permissions given by a group can be contextual to either an organisation or a repository (eg a website)

To understand this concept its important to first understand the Kademi concept of a "membership"

A "membership" links three things
  • a person
  • a user group
  • an organisation

These 3 things together form a membership.

 

Putting an example into plain english reads like this .. "Sarah is a Pharmacist in Sydney City Pharmacy".

In this example we have:

  • person: Sarah
  • group: Pharmacist
  • organisation: Sydney City Pharmacy

 

As another example - "Bob is a Manager in the Finance Department"

  • person: Bob
  • group: Manager
  • organisation: Finance Department

You can then configure a group to have context within the organisation a user is linked to. So for example the Pharmacist group might have a role like:

"Product manager in their own organisation"

And the Manager group might have:

"User Administrator in their own organisation"

 

 

 

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