Usually there are departments, teams or individuals in an organization who should be given different rights. This includes general access to the individual system components of PlexMap, but also access to individual datasets, switchboards and views.
As a PlexMap administrator in a larger organization (e.g. a city or district administration), you should usually manage these access rights via groups. All users in a group automatically get the same rights.
What groups are needed varies by organization. User groups can be defined individually in PlexMap. Most of the time it makes sense to create a group for each department or team. In any case, as a PlexMap administrator you should think about the structure of the user groups in your organization before you distribute PlexMap in-house.
You can find out how to create users and groups here.
The basic access to the individual system components of PlexMap (e.g. the backend) can be controlled via the user administration. You can find out how to do this here.
Control access to data, switchboards, workflows, layers, and viewsAnchor
In all main categories of PlexMap (Data, Switchboards, Workflows, Layers and Views) you can set access rights for individual users or groups. You can access these options from the Settings menu on a single PlexMap item (such as a depot or switchboard).
In the settings menu you can set system-wide under "Permissions" who should have access to the respective PlexMap element. You can give individual users as well as user groups read and/or write access to the respective PlexMap element (see figure).
Read-only access means that users can view the respective PlexMap element. Changes can not be made. If users have additional write access, they can also change the respective PlexMap element.
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