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Configuring user roles

I'm getting ready to deploy OpenClnica 2.0.1 in a few weeks, and I've hit a major stumbling block: Is there a way to configure a user account that has permissions to respond to discrepancy notes but doesn't have permissions to edit user accounts? How about a user account that can edit discrepancies but cannot edit locked CRFs? Or a user account that can only read CRFs? In short, is there a way to customize permissions for the various user types and study roles?
Kyle

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  • Paul GalvinPaul Galvin Posts: 886
    A user that is set to Study Coordinator or Study Director and a normal
    user type will not have access to the Business Admin module. When they
    are set to a normal user, they will be allowed to manage discrepancies,
    but not be allowed to edit user accounts.
    If you create a Data Entry Person user, they will only be allowed to see
    CRFs assigned to events and not have access to the global library.
    Plus, they will not be allowed to edit any CRFs. The same thing goes
    for an Investigator.
    Unfortunately, there is no way to customize permissions for various user
    types and roles. I have attached a document that explains each of the
    types and roles, and what type of access they are allowed in the
    application.
    Paul
    -----Original Message-----
    [mailto:[email protected]] On Behalf Of Kyle Hart
    Sent: Thursday, July 26, 2007 9:43 PM
    To: [email protected]
    Subject: [Users] Configuring user roles
    I'm getting ready to deploy OpenClnica 2.0.1 in a few weeks, and I've
    hit a major stumbling block: Is there a way to configure a user account
    that has permissions to respond to discrepancy notes but doesn't have
    permissions to edit user accounts? How about a user account that can
    edit discrepancies but cannot edit locked CRFs? Or a user account that
    can only read CRFs? In short, is there a way to customize permissions
    for the various user types and study roles?
    Kyle
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