string Enumeration Controlled Vocabulary identifying the formal role for which the referenced name is to be used.
a set of features; a role is assigned to a user and governs which features a user has access to
A named set of principals that have the same privileges with respect to security. See also: principal.
A set of privileges or roles that can be granted to a user or a role.
A VirtualCenter pre-defined set of access rights and privileges. There are four roles, each subsequent role includes the privileges of the lesser role.
a particular set of behaviours that we must follow in order to be recognized as an actor
this term refers to the set of actions a principal has to perform during a session of the protocol. Roles have to be instantiated by either principals or the intruder.
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Scheme Identifies the formal role for which the referenced name is to be used.
Functions that people perform in award or project activities. Award roles include Principal Investigator, Award Assistant, etc. while Project roles include Project Manager, Project Assistant, etc. || || || || || || || || || || || || || || || || || || || || || U - Z
In Tivoli products, a functional grouping of user authorizations.
Roles within the portal are a method of organizing users. Users are assigned roles for management purposes. Roles control what channels users have access to within the portal.
A defined set of access privileges assigned to a user in Microsoft CRM. The role assigned to a user determines which tasks the user can perform and which parts of the user interface the user can view. In Microsoft CRM, all users must be assigned at least one role in order to access the system.
A set of functions that can be performed by a user within the system.
role is a set of capabilities that it's possessor has.
A predefined set of rules establishing the allowed interactions between a user and the TOE.
A set of services that are assigned to a node.
One of the three adult roles addressed by the EFF initiative, including worker, parent/family member, and citizen/community member.
Describes how people fit into PeopleSoft Workflow. A role is a class of users who perform the same type of work, such as clerks or managers. Your business rules typically specify what user role needs to do an activity.
A role is a named slot within an object structure that represents the behavior of an element as it participates in a given context (in contrast to the inherent qualitites of the element).
The actions of an actor in a use case.
an actor's portrayal of someone in a play; "she played the part of Desdemona"
normal or customary activity of a person in a particular social setting; "what is your role on the team?"
a category of users who have the same security privileges
a category of users who share the same security privileges
a collection of access rights to cubes, permissions, and so forth
a collection of one or more Permission's
a collection of privileges grouped under a single name
a collection of users, which have a common set of access rights to GeneChip data
a context that a user will play in an application
a database feature that lets the DBA standardize and change the privileges of many users by treating them as members of a class
a grouping of users who have similar SQL Server access needs
a group of IronView Network Manager tasks or privileges that can be assigned to several users who have similar functions
a group of permissions that can be assigned to users or groups of an enterprise application
a group of privileges that can be granted to users as one unit
a group of selected privileges
a job function assigned to a user within an organization that describes the authority and responsibility of the user
a logical abstraction of one or more physical actors, usually in terms of functionality
a logical grouping of users that's used to define a logical security view for the application
an abstract logical grouping of users that is defined by the Application Developer or Assembler
an alias that stands for a set of users or groups
a named set of principals that have the same privileges with respect to security (such as a teller or a manager)
an entity (a person, computer, or any other type of actor) or group of entities that have the same rights and obligations with respect to performing a task or a group of tasks
a position that is given to a user that has certain capabilities
a privilege or set of privileges that allows a user to perform certain functions in the database
a representation of the administrative functions you want another user to perform in the tree
a set of access policies that can be assigned to a user or a user group
a set of permissions for accessing application features
a set of privileges grouped together that can be granted to users
a set of privileges that define what a person can do within the group
a special type of user account from which you can run privileged applications
a special type of user account that is intended for performing a set of administrative tasks
a symbolic category of users that share the same security privilege
a symbolic name for a group of users
a system-wide permission, given to a User directly
a type of object that you can use to simplify the administration of system and object-level privileges
a user who interacts with the system and must be known to the system
Within enterprise organizations, users are assigned different roles according to their place in the hierarchy (e.g. approval of vacation requests) and on their job description (e.g. purchaser). These roles can be mapped in DocuWare in order to simplify installation and administration. This is achieved by combining functions and access rights into profiles which in turn are allocated to roles.
role represents a group of users that share common goals
A set of privileges. A role is assigned to a user ID to grant all of the privileges defined in that role. A role is useful for a DBA assigning the same privileges to large numbers of people. For example, the database administrator for a staff of airline reservation employees defines the role "reservationist" containing all of the necessary privileges for a reservationist. Then the DBA assigns every reservationist that role (reservationist), instead of having to define all of the privileges for each reservationist.
(SQL) A name for a group of database users who have been granted the same privileges. views.php
A definition of the access permissions that a user or process has and the specific resources that the user or process can modify at those levels. Users and processes are limited in how they can access resources when that user or process does not have the appropriate role.
The named detail and rules associated with one end of an association. May indicate name, constraints, multiplicity and collection details. The named specific behavior of an entity participating in a particular context. A role may be static (e.g., an association end) or dynamic (eg. a collaboration role).
A group of database object privileges that can be granted and revoked as a unit. The DBA assigns a role to a group of users in order to grant them the database object privileges associated with the role.
A group of privileges that are applied to Bankline users, allowing them to access certain information and perform particular actions.
In the context of mySAP.com, roles describe a set of activities (functionality, content, or services) people need to participate in business scenarios. Roles, such as employee or service representative are focused on each individual's tasks and responsibilities in the enterprise and answer the question: How do I complete the work for which I am responsible? People can act in different roles to complete their work. The Workplace(tm) provides a role-based view to all functionality, content, and services available that are required by the user to participate in business scenarios.
A named group of user rights. Users are assigned to roles when they are added to a Web site based upon SharePoint Team Services.
A collection of one or more privileges.
A role (group) comprises an arbitrary number of subordinate roles and users. A role can represent a hierarchical level of a company or authority or it can reflect a competency-oriented collection of roles and users.
Roles represent specific skill sets, responsibilities or positions in a business environment. Roles allow the modeler to define criteria required for performing the activity, rather than the specific individuals who will perform the activity. These are also referred to as enterprise roles to differentiate them from security roles.
A collection of rights that can be assigned to a user account. You can use the default roles, modify them, or create your own custom roles.
A definition of responsibilities related to an operation or process. Each SCM role is associated with a set of tools.
role is one of three types of contributors to a Connexions work. The Connexions roles are author, maintainer, and copyright holder.
A role is the part a user plays in a specific process instance.
A functional grouping of subjects in an application, represented by one or more group s in a deployed environment. See also user, group.
In conceptual database modeling, a verb or phrase that describes a relationship from one point of view. You can describe each relationship with two roles. Examples of roles are "contains" and "is a member of."
The character that an Actor plays in a given Movie. Remember that in Cinemania!, you are playing an Actor playing a Role. You will most likely play the same Actor for many Movies, but the Role will change with each Movie.
In television, there are core cast roles in a series, guest roles, and extras. Actors are often paid according to how much they speak. In theatre, all actors take on characters and some may play more than one character in the same play. With the exception of a chorus, they are usually paid regardless of how many lines they speak. Audiences willingly "suspend their disbelief" in theatre by accepting this theatrical convention. In musicals and big productions new actors and singers may form a chorus.
In the context of SCBOS, Role is short for Security Role. An example of a role is an Entity Administrator. Privileges (or privilege groups) are assigned to users through Security Roles and are used to determine which SCBOS application features users can access.
Named groups of related privileges that are granted to users or other roles.
This word has multiple meanings in a OO context. One is the nature of participation in an association. The other has to to with abstracting behaviors for objects. One abstracts behaviors based upon the entity's role in the problem solution. A third usage is in the context of anthopomorphization. Quite often we think of people's activities as roles when we anthropomorphize those activities onto inanimate abstractions.
A classification users are placed into for the purpose of setting users' permissions.
Who played the leading role in the play
The part that a person plays in a group of people or in an organisation - for example, the role of boss in a company, or parent in a family.
Top level content object representing the information of a Magnolia administration role. Consists of Atoms and/or Container Lists.
The part played in the organisation. A role may combine a number of jobs or aspects of a number of different jobs.
An entry grouping mechanism. Each role has members, which are the entries that possess the role.
A named group of related privileges. You can grant a role to users or other roles.
A subdivision of a role cluster. It performs specific functions within an IT organization. Depending upon the intensity of labor involved and the size of the organization, one person can perform multiple roles within an organization, or multiple persons can perform a single role.
Describes responsibilities associated with a specific job type examples include project manager, designer, reviewer. In cPDm systems a role is used to assign authorization and access restrictions. Users are assigned to roles to inherit the authorizations and access restrictions required to perform the assigned jobs.
A role is a class of users who perform the same type of work, such as clerks or managers. Your business rules typically specify what user role needs to do an activity. (e.g. AP Clerk, Receiver, etc.).
A role designates a peoplesoft system users level of access to prompt actions. Examples of roles include: Superuser - This is the highest level of access granted and is primarily reserved for individuals in the University Business Office, University Budget Office and Controllers Office. Budget Manger Approver - Designates an individual granted security to approve or post budget transfers entered by the Budget Managers for the Department ID he/she has permission to. Initiator - An individual authorized to prepare transactions but not post. Initiators will be allowed to create requisitions in the FIU Financials System and enter receipts for purchased items that are received at the department, not in Central Receiving. Note, regardless of access authorization, all users have inquiry capability to monitor departmental status.
a part, or character, that an actor creates in a performance. Role is the basic ingredient of work in drama. When the actors assume roles in a drama, they are acting "as if" they are someone else.
In Analysis Services, a role uses Windows security accounts to limit scope of access and permissions when users access databases, cubes, dimensions, and data mining models.
A job function, such as software distributor, that identifies the tasks that a user can perform and the resources to which a user has access. A user can be assigned one or more roles.
The named specific behavior of an entity participating in a particular context. A role may be static (e.g., an association role) or dynamic (e.g., a collaboration role).
One of the seven types of essences: server, priest, artisan, sage, warrior, king, and scholar. Everyone has a particular role. It defines the individual's way of being or fundamental style, not his worldly position.
The combination of access rights available to a particular actor.
A special identity for running privileged applications that only assigned users can assume.
A collection of port types that either uses a service or implements a service. The means by which parties interact with orchestration(s). For example, an orchestration might use the role of a Shipper. The Shipper would have one or two parties associated with it. When the orchestration decides which shipping company to use to ship an item, it compares the prices of the parties in the Shipper role.
This is an identifier within the schema to identify the role that is played.
The characteristic and expected social behavior of an individual in a given position (e.g., mother, and employer). Role portrayal is likely to be more predictable and one-dimensional than character portrayal.
A mode of interaction with the system (eg. learner). Constrast with user (e.g. student) who is an actual person who may fulfill multiple roles (e.g. facilitator when TAing a course)
One or more users grouped by a common responsibility or position.
What the portal uses to describe the functions or positions associated with each member of the UF community. Some roles are broadly defined like faculty, staff, student, affiliate, and guest. Other roles are very specific like Payroll Processor or Time and Leave Approver. What role you have assigned defines what you will see in the myUFL Menu of the portal.
A role is a definition of the behavior and responsibilities of an individual, or a set of individuals working together as a team, within the context of a software engineering organization.
A role is an object in the iManager framework that is associated with user objects in eDirectory.
The designation for the set of behavioural and attitudinal expectations associated with a named social relationship. The nature of social roles is dyadic involving some ego (self) and some alter (other). Some theoreticians think of roles in legalistic terms of sets of rights and obligations which define the expectations. Others are more structural in that the expectations form templates from which an ego can chose appropriate behaviour for a particular social context.
MyUA users are assigned one or more roles based on information extracted from Banner. A user will have the role of ‘student', ‘faculty', or ‘staff' or any combination of the three if they hold multiple roles. The portal software uses roles to personalize content presented to users.
a named set of privileges that can be assigned to a user in accordance with a task he or she has to perform.
Roles that a person can fulfill within an organization
The function of a workspace object within its broader categorization of object type. For example, a variable that stores numeric business measures has a role of measure. A variable that stores descriptive product names has a role of attribute. Both are variables, but they contain different types of information and play different roles in the multidimensional model. See also object.
The word role is a generic term that describes any viewing, transactional, or administration privilege that can be assigned to an individual on a node within a tree. For a comprehensive listing of the eDog, eProcurement, Signature Authorization, and WALDO roles currently available, click here.
A role is a set of permissions that may be granted to a principal.
A predetermined set of permissions [ http://msdn2.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms985185.aspx ] that defines the access of a user or group to an object. Microsoft Exchange Server provides several default roles for directory [ http://msdn2.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms869388.aspx ] access. Administrators can define custom roles to suit the needs of the site [ http://msdn2.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms985296.aspx ] or organization [ http://msdn2.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms985083.aspx ] .
The specific areas of authority within the website including: Officer, Referee, Assignor, etc. Each User can be assigned one or more Roles. Basically, your Role(s) determines the Website Areas that you can see and use.
rÃ´le A role is a function performed by someone in a particular situation, process or operation Source: Glossary â€“ Framework for the Management of Information in the Government of Canada
The position of the person associated with a loan. Roles include borrower, student and co-borrower.
A unit of defined responsibilities that may be assumed by one or more individual [D05209] SA-CMM function or part performed especially in a part icular part or process. [D02995] Webster definition of the behavior and responsibilities of an individual, or a set of individual work ing together as a team, within the context of a software engineering organization. The work er represents a role played by individuals on a project, and defines how they carry out work. [D04789] RUP See work er [D04793] RUP
Label applied to groups of users. Can be used for organization, to control access, or as a way to apply permissions. See also: permissions
A role (sometimes spelled rÃ´le) or a social role is a set of connected behaviours, rights and obligations as conceptualised by actors in a social situation. It is mostly defined as an expected behaviour in a given individual social status and social position.
The term role in the performing arts is usually taken to mean an actor's interpretation of a fictional character written in a script that culminates in a unique performance of that character. So, for example, Shakespeare's character of King Lear remains timeless and unchanging as words on a page, but each new actor coming to the character creates a new role, a new expression of the possibilities in that character. Each actor brings his or her own sensibilities, physicality, emotional history and personality to a character to create a unique role.