User

The User object is used for authentication of the domain, it can be for the host machine or any other authentication domain. The User object belongs to the Access Model, and it can be created under a Profile object. The User object inherits its permissions from the parent Profile. The same User can be assigned to multiple Profiles.

Use Cases

  • Assigning object name space security.

Quick Configuration

  1. Right-click on the Profile object, select Admin  New  User.

  2. Enter an object name in the Create User wizard, then click Create.

For more information on how to configure a User in DataStudio, please visit our section on How to Create a User.

Object Properties

Common

Object Name

The user-modifiable object name. This name overrides the name which has been supplied by the external system. It must be unique within the collection of objects of the parent object.

Authenticating Domain

The Authenticating Domain instance this account belongs to.

Account Name

The users' account name recognized by the authentication provider.

Object Description

This is the user-modifiable object description. This text overrides the description which has been supplied by the external system.

Attachments

File attachments stored in MongoDB file store.

Custom Options

Compound to hold various structures to customize the object and to be read and written to by Lua-Script code or external interfaces.

Custom String

A generic string buffer to be used programmatically for custom purposes.

Custom Properties

This is an extensible set of named strings which can be used programmatically for custom purposes.

Property Name

A custom property name which can be used programmatically.

Property Value

The value of the custom property which can be read and written programmatically.

Custom Tables

This is an extensible set of named tables which can be used programmatically for custom purposes.

Table Name

A custom table name which can be used programmatically.

Table Data

Handles an entire table organized in columns and rows. The data can easily (cut, copy and paste) be exchanged with table-oriented data of other software products, e.g. MS Excel.