Thursday, November 12, 2009

Roles in Change Management Service

For individual descriptions of the UME actions that you can use for your work in Change Management Service (CMS), see Authorizations in Change Management Service.

The following is a list of useful roles in CMS:

CMS Role Types

Role

Assigned UME Actions

Privileges of the Role

Guest

CMS.Display

Display import queues and transport histories in the Transport Studio

Display details of queue entries and logs.

Display configuration files in Landscape Configurator

Developer

CMS.Display

CMS.ExportOwn

Has all Guest privileges.

Release own activities in SAP NetWeaver Developer Studio

Quality Manager

CMS.Display

CMS.Approve

CMS.ExportForeign

Has all privileges of Guest.

Approve and reject software components in Transport Studio. Release foreign (third-party) activities in Developer Studio

Operator

CMS.Display

CMS.Transport

CMS.CriticalFunctions

Has all privileges of Guest.

Perform test imports, check-in, assemble, unlock queue entries, restore system state

Perform the critical functions Delete Queue Entries, Add to Queue, Import Older Versions, Forward to Another Track.

Configurator

CMS.Display

CMS.CreateTrack

CMS.ModifyTrack

Has all privileges of Guest.

Perform all configuration functions at track level in Landscape Configurator

Administrator

CMS.Administrate

Combines all CMS privileges in one role

Note

Users who have been assigned the CMS administrator role should also have J2EE Engine Administrator rights. All users who are CMS administrators should therefore be assigned to the J2EE Administrator group as well.

Note

To configure the domain in CMS you need to create a CMS User. As well as the administrator rights for Component Build Service (CBS) and Design Time Repository (DTR), this user also needs the write permission for System Landscape Directory (SLD).

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