This appendix provides reference tables with information on how to assign rights to groups of end users. These rights involve access to a given TeamConnect record type, along with the appropriate pages and features associated with this type. You may access these features using the View menu in the Record Rights list page.
You can only assign rights at the group level and not specifically to users. Any user who is a member of a given group inherits all the rights assigned to that group.
How To Use This Reference:
Each table contains the following information:
- Name of the right you may assign to a group
- Description of the operations this right allows a group to do
- Prerequisite rights a group needs in order to have this right (if applicable)
- TeamConnect pages that these rights enable a group to view
For information about rights that apply to administrator-type users, see Rights for Administrators.
For information about rights that apply to solution developer-type users, see Rights for Solution Developers.
Rights to System Records
You may assign rights to the following system record types, listed in the View menu, to do primary operations in TeamConnect:
Rights to Custom Records
TeamConnect allows system designers to create custom records. For TeamConnect, custom records are referred to in this guide as Projects. For Matter Management, custom records are referred to in this guide as Matters. After a project or matter has been created, its name will appear in a group record's Record Rights page, View drop-down list.
TeamConnect Legal Records
A few custom record (matter) types are included with TeamConnect Legal.
- Advice and Counsel
- Cost Center
Rights to TeamConnect Areas or Features
Utility operations allow group members to do specific operations with TeamConnect record types. You may assign rights to do these operations, using the following options listed in the View menu:
- Record Locking
- Scheduled Actions
- Search Settings