Solodev features an enterprise permissions management system that allows administrators to specify the ‘Actions’ and ‘Resources’ available to specific users and groups. Solodev supports granular permissions so that administrators can create a permission system as broad or as specific as needed. 

Permissions in Action

A user and their permissions.

In the examples above, the user has been given administrative permissions for Websites, Modules, and Documents as well as view permissions for all Support objects.

As a result, the user will have access to the following Dashboard that allows them to access Websites, Modules, Documents and all Support objects.

Permissions can be assigned to either users or groups directly. Solodev recommends using groups to organize permissions. 

A group and its permissions.

In the examples above, the group has been given administrative permissions for Websites, Modules, and Documents as well as view permissions for all Support objects.

As a result, the user(s) assigned to the group will have access to the Dashboard shown below that allows them to access Websites, Modules, and Documents and all Support objects.  

Solodev allows administrators to harness the power of granular permissions by assigning users and groups to specific objects. This process is illustrated in the document below. 

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