Managing user permissions


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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