Task Engine 10.11 | Task Engine Webhelp | webMethods Task Engine User's Guide | Administering Tasks | Configuring Task Permissions | About Functional Permissions
About Functional Permissions
My webMethods enables you to provide or deny various task related functions to a user, role, or group. By default, you can assign functionality for global task rule management, and functionality associated with each type of task in a user's inbox.
*Global Task Rules Management—this set of functions provides the ability to create, delete, or modify global task rules, or modify global task rule variables. The actions apply only to global task rules created in the Navigate > Applications > Administration > Business > Tasks > Task Engine Administration > Global Schedule Rules and Global Change Rules pages. These functional privileges are typically reserved for administrative user roles.
*Collaboration Processes—this single function enables the user to administer collaborations processes.
*Impersonate Users for Remote Clients—Any My webMethods Server user account that is intended for use with remotely executing components must be granted this functional privilege. In practice, this is granted to the Administrator role to enable WmTaskClient services. For more information, see Specifying a User Account for the WmTaskClient Package.