Authorise a dossier
You can authorise dossier items in several ways.
The authorisation for thetab also applies to the tab.
Organisations and persons are centrally registered in Profit CRM. In addition, there are derived types, such as employers, sales contacts, purchase contacts and IB clients. Derived types are always linked to an organisation or person in Profit CRM. If, for example, you add a sales contact, an organisation with the general data of the sales contact is created in Profit CRM.
Because of this setup, it can happen that a dossier item for a certain type is also visible with linked records. If, for example, you add a dossier item to a sales contact, this is also visible with the linked organisation. This is not always desirable, for example, because the dossier item may contain confidential information. This is why you can limit access to dossier items.
A filter is automatically applied to certain dossier items, in other situations you must limit access yourself.
If you do not apply authorisation to dossier items, access is as follows:
- Dossier items available for linked types
Access does not depend on the type of organisation or person for which the dossier item was submitted, or thefield.
An exception applies to employees: by default, a dossier item for an employee can only be viewed via the properties of the employee. This does not apply if, when submitting a dossier item for an employee, you indicate that this dossier item should also be available for the person.
Adjust the filters for the views if you do not want all the dossier items recorded for an organisation or person to be visible everywhere.
- Dossier items in
This is the default maintenance function for dossier items. The view in this function only shows dossier items of the following types:
- All dossier item types that you add yourself
Other types are only shown at their destination. Dossier items in the workflow are shown for the user who must complete the workflow. / /
- A task in the workflow has priority over filter authorisation.
A dossier item can be an archive item or a workflow dossier item. This distinction is important. Normally you would use filter authorisation to ensure that a user cannot view certain dossier item types.
A user does not have the rights to view a dossier item of thetype; these dossier items are shielded via filter authorisation. This means that he cannot view dossier items of this type anywhere, except if this dossier item ends up with him via a task in the workflow. In this case the dossier item is shown.
- Authorisation for menu item
Authorise functions with which the user can view or change dossier items.
- Authorisation for actions
You can authorise the actions that can be performed on dossier items.
- Authorisation via data filters
You can authorise for dossier item types using filter authorisation.
- Authorisation for tab
When authorising for tabs, you can assign users the following rights to a specific tab:, or .
- Filter dossier items by dossier item type (Confidential field)
A confidential dossier item cannot be viewed by everyone and is not shown in all the views.
- Edit options for dossier item type (Properties and Destination)
Additional authorisation applies to dossier items located in a workflow; you can use this to determine if these dossier items may be changed. You record this authorisation per dossier item type. This authorisation can then only apply to dossier items completed via the workflow, not to other dossier items.