About Authorization Configuration | Ingeniux CMS validates security access via group and user permissions, workflows, and objects.
Ingeniux CMS uses group and user permissions, workflows, and objects as authorization mechanisms.
Group permissions serve as the core authorization method in Ingeniux CMS. Administrators can create groups and roles to apply permission sets to users. Permissions allow users and groups to perform operations and access areas and objects in the CMS user interface. Users receive the majority of permissions via group memberships.
Users also have individual permissions. The CMS specifies read/write language permissions for each user. If administrators enable WorldView and users have the appropriate language read/write permissions, users can translate and localize content.
Users with permissions can use workflow to enable user and group access to CMS operations and content items under specific conditions.
For example, the workflow may only allow the user to access the content item or execute a CMS operation (e.g., check in, publish, advance in workflow) when the content item transitions to the appropriate workstate.
Administrators can grant or restrict group access to individual CMS objects.
Individual objects include:
Administrators can create restrictions on CMS objects. Administrators set the restrictions per object and not user group.
Authorization settings exist in the Site, Assets, and Administration areas.
To access instructions and details about security settings across the CMS user interface, use the following references: