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Access Rights for Processes

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Each Process created in SSP 7 is represented by a line item in the Access Rights for Processes section.  Here, access can be granted to create new processes, maintain all or various existing processes and manage submitted instances of processes.

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There are multiple levels for giving access to processes. Below is an overview of each level:

Right to create new process: when this option is checked, this role allows the creation of new processes without any oversight from higher level administrators.
Admin (edit process): This is the highest right on processes and gives users the possibility to edit or delete the process. Submitted process instances can be searched for and edited.
Read Access to Open Tickets: Existing and pending tickets of the Process can be searched for and viewed by the user.
Read Access to Closed Tickets: Closed tickets of the Process can be searched for and viewed by the user.
Write Access to Open Tickets: Existing and pending tickets of the Process can be searched for and edited by the user. The edit function gives users the ability to approve on behalf of any user and the possibility to restart a process on a certain step.
Write Access to Closed Tickets: Closed tickets of the Process can be searched for and edited by the user. The edit function gives users the ability to approve on behalf of any user and the possibility to restart a process on a certain step. Closed processes can be reopened.