On this page we explain how to add, edit and delete roles & policies (permission groups) using the Control Panel.
Permission Groups allows you to define fine-grained authorizations for users to interact with the databases, inserting and querying data, using SQL or API, and also get access to the Control Panel and its modules.
Watch this quick video below to learn step-by-step how to create role & policies (permission groups) using the Control Panel.
Below we explain each one of the steps and fields required when creating a role & policy (permission group).
Step 1 - Role & Policy Information
Role & Policy Name
The name you want for your role & policy. Can be edited at any time.
Role * Policy Labels/Tags (Optional)
Possible labels/tags you might want to associate to the role & policy, in order to organize it, considering you have many roles & policies. Can be edited at any time.
Role & Policy Description (Optional)
The description you want for your role & policy. Can be edited at any time.
Step 2 - Role & Policy Setup
Group Permissions per Module
The list of all permissions grouped by module. Can be edited at any time.
The list of all databases you want to associate and allow access for the role & policy. Can be edited at any time.
I want to configure access to a specific week day and time
An option that allows you to restrict access to Control Panel and database access to specific days and time range. Can be edited at any time.
Depending on the permissions you define for the role & policy, it can give access to databases and Control Panel configurations defined on the permission group.
Step 3 - Confirmation
Summary of all the information and configurations you defined for the new role & policy (permission group), before you finally create it.
Once the role & policy is created, it will be immediately available for associating with users and automatically appear on the list of roles & policies.
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