Defining an ACL for document owners

  1. Navigate to Control Center > Administration > Document Type.
  2. Select the document type to edit from the list of all document types.
  3. Click the ACL tab.
  4. Click Add to create a new ACL.
  5. Specify this information:
    Specify the name for the new ACL. For example, specify Document owners.
    Specify a description.
  6. Click Roles list.
  7. Select IDM-Owners from the available roles.
  8. To define the permissions for document owners, select the appropriate check boxes.
    This table show the permissions that are available for document owners:
    Option Description
    Read The ability to view the document.
    Edit The ability to edit a document.
    Create A user with the IDM-Owners role is the owner of a document that already exists. Therefore, this permission does not add any extra abilities. This is only the case with the IDM-Owners role. For other roles, the Create permission adds the ability to create a document.
    Delete The ability to soft-delete a document.
    CheckIn The ability to unlock a document after editing.
    CheckOut The ability to lock a document for editing.
    ChangeAcl The ability to change the security of the document.
    Force Undo CheckOut The ability to undo a check-out by another user.
    Secure Attributes The ability to edit attributes under the Secure attributes menu.
    Archive The ability to archive a document.
  9. Click the + button next to the check boxes to add the permissions.
  10. Click OK.
  11. Click Save Changes.