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Viewing authorizations for case type items in all access groups

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From the Access Manager allows you to view the authorization settings for case type items. You cannot modify authorizations when viewing all access groups.

To manage case types on the Work & Process tab of Access Manager, you must be logged in as an operator associated with an access group that contains the PegaRULES:SecurityAdministrator or PegaRULES:BasicSecurityAdministrator role.

The view shows you only the following information:

  • Operators in this access group have full access to this action in the case type.
  • Operators in this access group have no access to this action in the case type.
  • Operators in this access group who have a combination of conditional access and possibly no access to this case type.

To view the authorizations for items in a case type in all access groups, complete the following steps:

  1. In the header of Dev Studio, click Configure Org & Security Access Manager Work & Process .

  2. Click Application.

  3. Select or clear the applications that you want to see.

  4. Click Apply.

  5. In the Access Group field, select All Access Groups.

  6. View or edit the case type.

    The page displays the access groups for the application and their access status for each.

    1. Click an individual case type or role to edit it.

    2. Expand a case type to see authorization for each user operation in the access groups.

  7. To generate a PDF file that shows all the authorizations for each user operation in the case type, click Export authorizations.

  • Access Manager

    Use Access Manager to view and determine what authorization operators have for accessing case types, data, and tools in an application.

  • Configuring case type access

    The Access Manager Work & Process tab provides information about the authorizations to operations in the application that users have, based on case types (work classes) in the application. Use Access Manager to configure the actions that access groups can do with case types.

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