Groups are collections of users who share the same account privileges. Therefore, you may create groups that are based on department, role, or location. Groups enable you to change the rights for users in one place (a group) instead of modifying the rights for each user account individually. Also, you can assign object rights to a group or groups.
You can create groups that give a number of people access to the report or folder through CMC login. This enables you to make changes in one place instead of modifying each user account individually. In addition to the basic SAP Business Objects BI platform or Information platform services group accounts, Data Services includes several default group accounts:
Below is the account name with brief description:
Data Services Administrator –> Members of this group have access to all Data Services administrative functionality.
Data Services Multi-user Administrator–> Members of this group are limited to managing secure central repositories. This role is a subset of the Data Services Administrator role.
Multi-user administrators can:
● Add and remove secure central repositories.
● Manage users and groups.
● View secure central repository reports.
Data Services Monitor User–> Members of this group have access limited to options available from the Status tabs. For example, a monitor user can abort batch jobs but cannot execute or schedule them. A monitor user can restart, abort, or shut down an Access Server, service, adapter instance, or client interface but cannot add or remove them.
Data Services Profiler Administrator –> Members of this group are limited to managing profiler repositories. This role is a subset of the Administrator role.
Profiler administrators can:
● Manage profiler tasks in any profiler repository.
● Manage the Profiler configuration.
Data Services Profiler–> User Members of this group are limited to managing profiler tasks in the profiler repository that is configured for the user.
Data Services Operator–> Members of this group have all Administrator privileges except they cannot modify repository, access, or CMS servers nor update data store settings.
Data Services Designer–> Members of this group have access to the Designer. Note that application rights and repository security rights are two separate sets of rights. For more information about repository rights.