Controlling user access to devices and resources can be a daunting task inside large plants that frequently on-board and off-board users. And, because every organization is different, AlisQI enables you to tailor permissions. You can also enjoy full flexibility in managing access at the group level while avoiding the need to manage granular permissions at the user account level.
This article shows you how to set group-level permissions for four essential QMS functions.
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Permissions can only be managed by users that have the Application administrator property.
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To set permissions for any essential QMS function, click Management » Permissions.
User permissions are cached during login. If an admin changes permissions, the user must log in again to activate the new permission settings.
An analysis set has six elements (see below). Check the box below an icon to grant group members permission to access that element.
For every user group, we see five icons, representing five different permissions.
Users can open the Results overview of an analysis set and see, analyze, and report all data.
Users can enter new results.
Delete and edit permission
Users can edit or delete individual results.
Users can fill in empty fields. Existing values cannot be changed.
Users can see analysis set specifications when entering a new result or reading the results overview.
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Check the box to grant a user group Selection list permissions. Group members can view, edit, add, and deactivate Selection list options. It's not possible to grant specific permissions (e.g. allow the view feature but exclude editing) for the Selection list.
These permissions allow users in the group to read documents within the folder.
Modules refer to particular screens in the app. Examples of different modules are:
The in-app navigation displays links to modules which the user has permission to access.