How to Setup Sub-Process Permissions in ADS? Follow

Topics Covered:
Target Users:
  • Employees
  • Service Providers
  • Organization Administrators
Required Permissions:
  • Manage Process

Introduction

ADS will allow authenticated users to create sub-processes for Pre-Arrival, Check-In and Check-Out process and set permission for those sub-processes. The permissions for the sub-process are inherited by the tasks or a sub-process permission, and can be overridden by the task.

Set Permission for Sub-process

Permissions can now be set for sub processes that will be inherited by all tasks inside of the sub process.  This simplifies setting the permissions for a group of like task items that will be completed by the same individuals.
Permissions can be set for any sub-process within the following 3 Processes 

  • Pre-Arrival Process 
  • Check-In Process 
  • Check-Out Process 

Please see the document named “How will I create a sub-process for Process?” on how to create a sub-process in ADS. 

The user can set the following 3 permissions for a sub-process 

  1. None 
  2. View 
  3. View/Edit 

An Authorized user can set Sub-Process permission when the sub-process is created or can edit it add permissions to it. Please see figure 1 below. 

Figure-1

The drop down named “Individual Service Providers” will list all the permission groups created for the Post. An authorized user may select individual groups and set the permission for the group. The user may also select different groups and set different permission for the group.  

In the Example above, 

  • The Group “Service Provider Groups” has “View/Edit” permissions and 
  • The group “HR-Delhi Group” has only “View” permission 
  • All remaining groups for the Post do not have any permissions for this sub-process as it is set to “None” 

Once the permission is set for a sub-process, all the tasks in the sub-process will inherit the permission of the sub-process. 

 

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