Manage Users
  • 12 Mar 2021
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BizTalk360 allows administrators to set up fine-grained authorization both at the applications level and system level. Administrators can set up access rights for users to different sections depending on the user requirements.
The following user types exist in BizTalk360:

  • Super User - Allowed to do all the tasks in a BizTalk environment
  • Normal User - Fine-grained permissions can be configured

The user can be an individual Windows NT User or a Windows NT Group. If you want to provide common access to all users in a Windows group, you can create a User Access Policy for the group in BizTalk360, provide the name of the group and enable the ‘Is NT group’ option.

You can access the User Access Policies by following below steps:

  1. Log in to the application (as a Super User)
  2. Select an environment from the environmental panel
  3. Click Settings from the left menu bar 
  4. Click Team Management from the left menu bar
  5. Click the Manage Users option
  6. Create a Normal User or edit an existing one

Switch User Types

To convert a Normal user to a Super User or vice versa, the following steps can be performed:

  1. Log in to the application (as a Super User)
  2. Select an environment from the environmental panel
  3. Click Settings from the left menu bar 
  4. Click Team Management from the left menu bar
  5. Click the Manage Users option
  6. Edit an existing user
    • To convert to Super User, enable the Is Super User toggle button
    • To convert to Normal user, disable the Is Super User toggle button

Note:
The logged-in user will not be able to edit/delete their own profile.

Application Rule Configuration

To provide access to BizTalk Applications, the following options exist:
• Grant Access by Application
• Grant Access to Application Groups
• Wild Card Search

Once the rule is configured, there is a View Application option available for Super Users, to verify who has been provided access to which applications.

Wildcard Search

This capability enables users to select a wildcard operator from the drop-down.

With the four options that are available in the Wildcard search, the user can select the required option and provide the search value. Once this rule is configured, the user will have access to all the applications that match this wildcard. On top of that, the user will automatically be given access to the newly deployed applications that match the wildcard.

Grant Access to Application Groups

With this capability, you can create Application Groups and map BizTalk applications to that group. Once the user is given access to the Application group, he can access all the applications that are mapped to that group.



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