Users can perform different actions on the platform based on their granted permissions, which can be either platform-wide or resource-based.
For platform-wide actions (such as administrating global settings), roles are used to grant according permissions. These roles can be seen as platform-wide or instance-wide permissions.
For resource actions (such as editing a dashboard), a resource membership is used to grant according permissions.
A role is a combination of permissions to perform certain actions.
These permissions can be granted individually to users or groups. For simple access management, qibb is offering higher-level roles which pre-combine multiple permissions for typical use cases.
After you have learned the basics of roles, it’s time to create your first role!
- Assigning roles to a group
Learn how to assign roles to a group.
- Assigning roles to a user
Learn how to assign roles to a user.
- Browsing group role mappings
Learn about how to navigate and browse through group role mappings.
- Browsing Roles
Learn about how to navigate and browse through roles.
- Browsing user role mappings
Learn about how to navigate and browse through user role mappings.
- Creating a Role
Learn how to create a new role.
- List of UI roles with description
A list of UI roles and their descriptions.
- Managing members of a role
Learn how to manage members of a role.
- Setting a role as default
Learn how to set a role as default and remove a role from default.