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Cognos 8 allows the use of more than one authentication provider, which is helpful for distributed security models For example, if your organization is multinational, you might use one authentication provider for the United States, a different one for Central Europe, and possibly a third for the Asia Pacific region You can log on to as many authentication sources as needed to access your application Cognos 8 prompts you to select the provider you want to use at log on, as shown here:
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If you have a single authentication provider, you will go directly to the Log On screen with no prompting:
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When a user attempts to log on to the Cognos 8 environment, the security mechanism first checks to see whether the user credentials are valid Does the username and password entered match those stored in the authentication source If the credentials are not valid, the user is prompted to try again If the credentials are valid, the user is granted access to Cognos Connection The next layer of security, authorization, comes into play
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Authorization
Now that Cognos 8 knows who you are, the next question is What are you authorized to do Authorization defines the level of access that a user has to the Cognos 8 functionality and content An installation of all the Cognos 8 studios results in a large number of tools being available to users, and not all users need to have access to everything A lot of information is likely available in Cognos Connection, and again, not every user should have permission to see everything It is the job of the Cognos administrator to assign specific permissions to specific users
Users, Groups, and Roles
Managing individual user access and permissions can become extremely complex To help simplify this effort, Cognos 8 allows you to combine users into groups and roles Users are the individual people who have usernames and passwords and have permission to access the application Groups are a collection of users that have the same access permissions for example, everyone in the Sales group can see content related to sales Roles are a collection of users that have the same access to functionality for example, everyone in the Authors role can create reports If you have defined groups and roles in your current security model and you are using that security model as your authentication provider, you can easily apply the Cognos 8 permissions directly to your existing structure If you have multiple authentication providers or your current security model does not meet your needs, you can use the predefined groups and roles found in the Cognos 8 namespace, create your own groups and roles, or do both A namespace is a unique collection of items In this discussion, a namespace refers to a collection of users, groups, and roles Each of the icons used to represent these items is shown in Table 17-1 Individual users are defined in your existing security model and can become members of groups, roles, or both For all practical purposes, groups and roles behave in the same manner The only technical difference is that groups limit their membership to users and other groups while roles can contain all three users, groups, and other roles
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NOTE For more on the difference between groups and roles, see Groups and Roles: What Is the
Difference later in the chapter When a user belongs to more than one group or role, permissions for all of the groups and roles are merged into one set and applied to that user So, for example, someone in the
Type User Group Role TABLE 17-1 User, Group, and Role Icons Icon
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Sales group who has the Authors role will be able to see the sales content and edit reports Another user can be in the Marketing group and also have the Authors role This user will be able to edit marketing reports, but will not be able to see sales content The Cognos 8 namespace comes with predefined users, groups, and roles The more frequently used default users, groups, and roles are discussed in the following sections
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