Chapter 7. Domain Membership

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7.1. Introduction to Domain Membership

Developers can collaborate on application development with domain membership. The following table describes the three roles that are available in domain membership.
Table 7.1. Domain Membership Roles
Role Description
View Member has read-only access to view information about the domain and its applications and cannot make any changes.
Edit Member can create, update, and delete all applications in the domain, and has Git and SSH access.
Administer Member has access to all features, but cannot change allowed gear sizes or edit the domain name.
The default role for each member is the edit role, but it can be changed.
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