This dialog box allows you to enter user (or group) name and to grant access permissions to this user (or group).
|Grantee name||Enter the name of the permission grantee, that is, user or group in the form suitable
for the Authentication Provider
configured for the FileNet P8 Content Engine domain. For example, when a directory
service - based provider (like Active
Directory) is in use, then user or group should be specified by its short (login)
name (for example: fnuser) or by its principal
(qualified) name (for example: FileNetUser@myDomain.com).
Additionally, two predefined grantees can be used: #CREATOR-OWNER user and #AUTHENTICATED-USERS group.
You can enter the name of a permission grantee manually or click the button to open the Select User dialog box that allows selection of a user or group.
|Access type||Select one of two access types: Allow or Deny. The access types may be selected from the drop down list or entered manually. If an RRT is used in this text box, this RRT should be replaced with one of the internal names: "ALLOW" or "DENY". The Deny type takes precedence over the Allow type.|
|Access level||Enter the bitmask value of access rights granted (or denied, if access type is Deny) to the grantee. Bitmask
value is an integer number, which can be entered in decimal or hexadecimal form; for
example, 0xf0081. Alternatively, you can
select from the list of predefined access levels suitable for the Document class:
You can also click the button to open the Access Flags dialog box which allows selection of the custom bitmask.
The following table lists these levels and respective bitmask values:
Internal names are given based on the FileNet P8 API names.
When you enter an external name, the component stores the internal name in the configuration. Therefore, if an RRT of another component is used in this combo box, this RRT should be replaced with the internal name of desired access level. Alternatively it can be replaced with an integer (decimal or hexadecimal) representing the desired bitmask.
A bitmask is composed from the individual access rights.