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(...) Applies to version: 2020.1.x and above; author: Michał Lalewicz   Introduction privileges are an integral part of the WEBCON BPS system – defining what each user (or group of users) can see in an application and to what extent they can participate in the system. privileges can be scaled and applied globally, per application, per process and even per specific form type.   (...)

(...) Applies to all versions; author: Adrian Motyka   During the installation of the FineReader 11 component, one must consider the user privileges of the account on which WEBCON BPS Workflow Service will be run. If this user is not a local administrator, then add this account to be stored in the DCOM service of the FineReader 11 component. More information here: http://knowledgebase.abbyy. (...)

(...) es for a form field to remain in a single step for a long time. One of the most popular is a stocktaking process of the provided assets. Based on it, a difference between assigning task and providing privileges to modify will be explained.   Case study For the purposes of this article an asset stocktaking process was created.     It starts with a “Asset registratio (...)

(...) Kastelik   WEBCON BPS offers you several actions enabling integration with the Microsoft SharePoint Online environment and SharePoint workflows. This article describes how to manage these privileges using actions in workflows.   1. SharePoint Site Collection To configure the actions running in the SharePoint Online environment, first create a connection. In Designer Studio, go (...)

(...) Applies to version 2020.1.3; author: Michał Kastelik   Introduction WEBCON BPS contains a built-in administration tool that allows you to quickly transfer or copy privileges from one user to another. This function can be used at the moment of changes in the structure of the organization or when delegating responsibilities to a new person in a given process.   Configuration Eve (...)

(...) 1.x and above; author: Dawid Golonka   Introduction WEBCON BPS has introduced the BPS group mechanism that can replace SharePoint groups and allows you to easily manage and assign the privileges to system users. These groups can be used in Standalone and Cloud installations. Until now, when transferring applications between DEV/TEST/PROD environments, the BPS group must be transferred manual (...)

(...) ication name and select the “Create relation” option. A user can add the processes related only to the applications in which they have at least the “Application administrator” privileges.   Fig. 8. Adding a relation   Next, indicate a process which will be related:   Fig. 9. Selecting the related process   Thanks to this, the proces (...)

(...) on to person – from one action and access to some resources to participate in the entire process cycle and insight into each instance. WEBCON BPS allows you to map these conditions by using the privileges mechanism. For more information about privileges see: . The WEBCON BPS system operates based on a SQL database, one of t (...)

(...) ng the “Save” path. Using the system process that creates a document templates library allows you to easily update the existing printout templates. All you have to do is assign the privileges to a specific user and they can manage their own templates. As you can see, WEBCON BPS proves useful as a document management system.

(...) rdquo; tab. You can also: overwrite the author for the instance launched by the action copy subworkflow ID to a field copy attachments to the subworkflow check the current user’s privileges to add new workflow instances     Data: This tab allows you to indicate the form fields which will be initialized when starting the workflow. The form field list will only (...)

(...) PI application) – you need to ClientID and ClientSecret (private key). When starting the workflow, the impersonation option will also be used to prevent the operations for which the user has no privileges (e.g., inability to start or edit the workflow).   To log in, send a request using the POST method to the following address: http://adres_portalu_webcon_bps/api/login In response (...)

(...) allows you to add a comment informing e.g. about the reason for the update.   The “Advanced” tab:   Fig. 8. The Advanced configuration   Check user privileges – after selecting this option, the privileges of currently logged in user are checked to edit the parent instance. If the user does not have appropriate privileges, the action returns an e (...)

(...) the specific user or group of users Based on a business rule Dynamic, depending on the value of one of the form fields By using the “Create a task” action By using the “Add privileges” action (in some cases it is better to grant permissions to edition instead of assigning tasks)   In this article we will focus on assigning tasks based on a business rule. (...)

(...) s us to hide such reports.   Configuration  Let’s enter the configuration of the selected report and check the “Hide in navigation menu” option in the “User privileges” tab.     After saving the changes our report will be displayed everywhere as before (on dashboards, as an embedded code, etc.) but it won’t appear in the (...)

(...) ists of downloading the add-in file and then installing it directly in MS Teams. Each user can carry out this installation by themselves – they don’t  need to have the administration privileges. Go to WEBCON BPS Portal and click on the user menu and then select the “Install MS Office add-ins” – “Teams”. You will get a window to download the add-in – ju (...)

(...) s also a possibility of using “Impersonation” which allows you to call API in the context of a specific user. Before starting your tests, you need to give your newly registered App the privileges to start the process – you can do this in exactly the same as you would assign privileges to regular users or groups.     Use of REST API For testing we will use the A (...)

(...) on) when the group is deleted. It happens when the add/delete action was performed correctly but the synchronization haven’t been done yet. Groups can be used for example in order to provide privileges in an application.   Also see: Managing of BPS groups Assigning tasks to BPS groups The "Create/Delete" BPS group action

(...) Studio installed, the installation will end on the next step, Pic. 1. Checking the version of WEBCON BPS Designer Studio   Pic. 2. Choosing the installation folder   privileges The user who wants to log in to Designer Studio with unrestricted abilities should have the following privileges: They must be a system administrator of the Designer Studio, They must have (...)

(...) ole. It is done in a similar manner to registering an application to synchronize BPS user list.  The difference is in the API Permissions window, a new application should be granted following privileges:        2. Creating user in AAD with REST invoke method Methods which we can use in order to manage user’s object in AAD are described here: https:// (...)

(...) zur   Introduction WEBCON BPS Portal allows to customize the look of the platform by changing the logo and website theme. These options are available to the global system administrator. privileges are provided in WEBCON BPS Designer Studio: System settings – Global parameters – Global privileges – System administrators. You can also see: Adding a logo to Portal. (...)