CA TDM Portal Security Functions

To access the functionality that is supported in this release of the CA TDM Portal, a user must have access to the following security functions:
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To access the functionality that is supported in this release of the CA TDM Portal, a user must have access to the following security functions:
  • Project Manager
  • Maintain Project
  • Register Tables
  • Actions on Registered Tables
  • Data Definition
  • Edit Object
  • Publish Data
  • Delete Object
  • Settings
  • Users and Groups
  • Tester Self Service
The CA TDM Portal has the following additional Profiling security functions for Data Profiling:
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    Execute Data Profiling
    User Groups with this security function can:
    • Execute a Data Profiling scan job
    • Review the scan results
    • Submit reports for sign off
    To grant Execute Data Profiling permissions to a user, grant Execute Data Profiling and Job Management permissions to the associated user group for a specific project.
    Note: 
    Defining the Execute Data Profiling permission against a user group for All Projects results in a user with the capability to initiate profiling jobs; however, the user is unable to view the status of the profiling jobs until the job enters the Ready to Review state.
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    Report Sign Off
    User Groups with this security function can review a Data Profiling scan report and sign off.
For more information about Data Profiling, see PII Audit Using CA TDM Portal.
You can use the CA TDM Portal or Datamaker UI to assign these security functions to user groups. In Datamaker and in the Portal, the dialog where you assign security functions to a user group includes various other security functions (in addition to the ones listed previously). Those security functions are not required for the CA TDM Portal. Those functions allow users to access appropriate functionality in Datamaker; they do not affect the CA TDM Portal. For more information about all the security functions in Datamaker, see Security Functions.