Chapter 5. Roles and Users

5.1. Defining Roles

Before starting the server and logging onto Business Central, you will need to create some user accounts. This section describes the different user roles that are used in Red Hat JBoss BPM Suite:

  • admin: The users with admin role are the administrators of the application. Administrators can manage users, manage the repositories (create and clone), and have full access to make the required changes in the application. Admins have access to all areas within the system.
  • developer: A developer has access to almost all features and can manage rules, models, process flows, forms, and dashboards. They can manage the asset repository, they can create, build and deploy projects and they can even use Red Hat JBoss Developer Studio to view processes. Only certain administrative functions like creating and cloning a new repository are hidden for the developer role.
  • analyst: An analyst role has access to all high-level features to model and execute their projects. However, AuthoringAdministration access is unavailable to users with the analyst role. Certain lower-level features targeted towards developers, like the DeploymentArtifact Repository view are not accessible for this role. However, the Build & Deploy button is available for the analyst role while using the Project Editor.
  • user: User or a business user work on the business task lists that are used to operate a certain process. A user with this role can access the dashboard and manage processes.
  • manager: A manager is a viewer of the system and is interested in statistics around the business processes and their performance, business indicators, and other reporting of the system. A user with this role has access to the BAM only.
Note

Enter the above mentioned roles during the user creation process.