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UNDERSTANDING ROLE BASED ACCESS IN SAGEFRAME

Access to viewing and managing SageFrame portals is controlled by using User Accounts and web site Roles. The basic concept is that users can be permitted to view pages and modules, as well as edit pages and modules by being added to one or more web site roles (roles).

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WORKING WITH USER ACCOUNTS

  • Administrators can create user accounts for any person, or they can enable site visitors to register themselves for a user account.
  • Once a user has an authorized user account, they can access all pages and modules that are restricted to members of the Registered Users role.
  • Once a user has an authorized user account, they can access all pages and modules that are restricted to members of the Registered Users role.
  • Individual users can be granted view and/or edit permission to page or module.
  • All users who are a member of a selected role can be granted view and/or edit permission to page or module.

OVERVIEW OF THE EDITORS ROLE

First of all, we should be familiar with the roles that different types of editors play;

  • Module Editors: A Module Editor is any user who has been assigned permission to edit one or more modules.
  • Page Editors: A Page Editor is any user who has been assigned permission to edit one or more site pages. Page Editors can manage module content and module settings on all modules on their pages. They can also add child pages below their pages.
  • Administrators: An Administrator is any register user who is a member of the Administrator web site role. Administrators can manage all page and module content on the site.

WORKING WITH THE SUPER USER ACCOUNTS

  • Super User Accounts: A Super User Account member is any user who has been added to the Super User Accounts section of the Super User pages. These members’ permanent rights to manage all page and module content for the portal they are associated with.
  • Super User: The Super User can manage all pages and module contents on all the sites within the SageFrame Installation. Also the Super User has access to the Super User pages where portals can be created, where default settings for all portals can be managed, and portal specific Super User settings can be managed.

Overview of Role Based Access to Pages and Modules

Here we can know, how different roles are assigned for the access of Pages & Modules

  • Anonymous Users: These are users who are visiting the site but have not logged in to the site. These users may or may not be registered on the site. This is public access.
  • Registered Users: A Registered User of the site. Registered Users are able to manage their User Account online, and may also belong to one or more security roles.
  • Administrators: Administrators have the ability to edit all content and pages within a single site.
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