Task Engine 10.11 | Task Engine Webhelp | webMethods Task Engine User's Guide | Administering Tasks | Configuring Task Permissions | Configuring Task Access Permissions
Configuring Task Access Permissions
You configure access permissions by granting or denying access permissions to a user, role, or group.
*To configure task access permissions
1. In My webMethods: Navigate > Applications > Administration > System-Wide > Permissions Management.
2. In the Advanced tab, select My webMethods Applications as the resource type, and click Search.
3. The search results place the My webMethods Applications in the Selected panel
4. Click Next.
5. In the Edit Permissions panel, do one of the following:
*Select an existing principal and click Delete to remove it from the list of available principals.
*Click Add Users/Groups/Roles to open the Add Principals panel, enabling you to search for and all any available user, role, or group to the list of available principals.
6. Click the link in the Permissions column for the principal that you want to set permissions for. The text for this link can display either of these values:
*Granted All—the principal has been granted all available permissions.
*Custom—One or more of the available permissions is denied to the principal.
7. On the Permissions panel, do one of the following:
*Select the Grant or Deny check box for the following task monitoring permissions:
Clearing the Grant check box is not sufficient to deny the permission. You must explicitly select the Deny check box to ensure the permission is denied.
Some limitations apply if you deny access to My Inbox. For more information, see Limitations When Denying Access to My Inbox.
*My Inbox
*Task List Management
*Task Charts
*Collaboration Processes
*Select the Grant or Deny check box for the following task administration permissions:
*Task Email Listener Administration
*Task Saved Searches Analytics Administration
*Task Analytics Configuration
*EDA Events Configuration
*Task Event Orchestrator Configuration
*Task Engine Configuration
8. Click OK to complete your selections (this does not save your selections).
9. Click Apply to save your selections.
10. Repeat steps 6 - 9 to continue setting permissions for other principals, or click Back to return to the Permissions Management page.
11. The selected pages appear in the My webMethods navigation path for specified user, roles, and groups.
12. If you are creating a new user, role, or group, you must also specify task functional permissions, as well as permissions for the task types you want to make available.