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fkeuroglian
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Security rule to create stream and asign user to stream

Hi Expert

I have a situation, i create  a security rule to only see some section to the qmc, all ok

Create an stream OK, but when i want to assing user to stream i have an error that said me that the user privilege are not the correct

Security rule is based in:

License_*,TermsAcceptance_*,ServerNodeConfiguration_*,DataConnection_*,Stream_*,User_*,QmcSection_User,QmcSection_Stream,QmcSection_License*

and actions Put all check(read, create, delete,update, change,export) all!

attached image to be easier to help

Thanks a lot

Fernando K

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rittermd
Honored Contributor

Re: Security rule to create stream and asign user to stream

I am not clear on what you are trying to do. 

Is this error generated when you try to save the rule?  What exactly are you doing when you get it?

nilesh_gangurde
Valued Contributor

Re: Security rule to create stream and asign user to stream

assign root admin to user and try again..

fkeuroglian
Honored Contributor

Re: Security rule to create stream and asign user to stream

Hi

Root admin works ok, but i do not want to give root admin because they only have to see some specific session

thanks

fkeuroglian
Honored Contributor

Re: Security rule to create stream and asign user to stream

Mark how are you?

I create the new rule, i can create a stream but not assing anybody to my new stream

when i try to assing some user, i have this error

thanks

rittermd
Honored Contributor

Re: Security rule to create stream and asign user to stream

So are you saying that you add the user to the rule but they can not access the stream?

Or are you saying that you can not add them to the rule?

rittermd
Honored Contributor

Re: Security rule to create stream and asign user to stream

If you are trying to create a rule that gives users access to certain streams, have you thought about this.

Create a Custom Property and assign that to the Streams.  Add your values for the stream names to this property.

Then create a security rule that checks the user for one of these values and if there is a match then they can see the stream.

This is our rule:

((user.@StreamAccess=resource.@StreamAccess))

The custom property is called StreamAccess and is setup to work with Streams and Users in the check boxes.

This is very simple and easy to maintain.

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