9.2. Creating a New Role

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Be sure to create resource groups to assign to any custom roles you create. If no resource groups are assigned to a role, then none of the members of the role can see any resources. Creating groups is described in Section 6.2, “Creating Groups”.
  1. Create any resources groups which will be associated with the role. Creating groups is described in Section 6.2, “Creating Groups”.
    By default, JBoss ON uses only resource groups to associate with a role, and these are required. However, optional user groups from an LDAP directory can also be assigned to a role, so that the group members are automatically treated as role members. LDAP groups must be configured in the server settings, as described in Section 10.3.2, “Associating LDAP User Groups to Roles”.
  2. In the top menu, click the Administration tab.
  3. In the Security menu table on the left, select the Roles item.
  4. The list of current roles comes up in the main task window. Click the New button at the bottom of the list.
  5. Give the role a descriptive name. This makes it easier to manage permissions across roles.
  6. Set the access rights for the role in the Permissions. There are two categories of permissions:
    • Global permissions grant permissions to areas of the JBoss ON server and configuration.
    • Resource permissions grant permissions for managing resources.
    The specific access permissions are described in Section 9.1.1, “Access Control and Permissions”.
  7. Select the Resource Groups tab to assign groups to the role.
    Move the required groups from the Available Resource Groups area on the left to the Assigned Resource Groups on the right as required.
  8. At the bottom, click the Save button.
  9. Select the Users tab to assign users to the role.
    Move the required user from the Available Users area on the left, to the Assigned Users on the right as required.
  10. Click the arrow in the upper right to close the create window.
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