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Definition of Role The user that originated the project When a project is added in EnterpriseOne, the user that added the project is automatically added as the originator, with the standard OMW configuration A user that creates and works with the projects These are your report writers and people who will modify your EnterpriseOne objects for you The user that manages the project This is generally the supervisor or manager of the development team Users that test and sign off on the project s functionality Generally, users that relay status of the project to outside persons Users that are responsible for maintaining version control over the EnterpriseOne development tools This is the most powerful role in OMW User(s) responsible for maintaining training manuals and creation of training sessions User(s) responsible for updating and creation of documentation on a change made to the EnterpriseOne system User(s) that supervise a portion of the project This code is generally only used by larger customers
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TABLE 10-1
OMW User Roles
Tokens
Earlier in this section, when we discussed objects, we mentioned that all projects can contain Object Librarian type objects and non-Object Librarian type objects, which we referred to as control data Object Librarian type objects use the concept of a token to minimize the possibility of one user overwriting another user s changes to an object Non-Object Librarian type objects do not work with a token These objects are generally controlled through environment access, OMW user roles, and application security The token system organizes the development and modification of EnterpriseOne objects by providing a single check-out environment Tokens are assigned to the
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project, if the token is available, when an object is checked out This means that anyone on that project can work with that object However, it is important to note that OMW is smart enough not to allow the same object to be checked out to different machines at the same time, even if the users both belong to the project with the token Still not sure you get what a token is Remember when you were a kid at camp sitting around the fire and could only speak when you had the stick or token This is the same concept The token is assigned to the project and you can only check the object out and in if you have the appropriate user role and are assigned to the project that owns the token If some other project has the token, it will not stop you from attempting to add the object to your project You will be notified that another project has the token for the object when you attempt to check the object out You will then be presented with a screen asking if you want to be placed in queue for the token or if you want to inherit the token, as shown in Figure 10-2
FIGURE 10-2 Token queue window
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NOTE The authors do not recommend inheriting the token This joins your project with the project that owns the token This means that these projects must now be promoted at the same time Also, once you inherit a token, there is no easy way to undo this Unless you truly understand and are comfortable with the concept of inheriting a token, the authors recommend that you use security to restrict this option You may be asking yourself what if my developer is sick or a critical issue is found Am I stuck The answer is no If your user role has the correct allowed actions, you can switch the token This means taking the token away from one project and assigning it to another You can also release the token and allow the next project in line to be assigned the token If you are in queue for the token, once it is released, either by the project reaching a specific status code or manually, you will automatically receive the token for that object
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