Fiddler access control comes with some preset roles. There are two global roles at the organizational level
- ADMINISTRATOR — Has complete access to every aspect of the organization.
- MEMBER — Access is assigned at the project and model level.
Each project supports its own set of permissions for its users.
There are three roles that can be assigned:
- OWNER — Assigns super-user permissions to the user.
- WRITE — Allows a user to perform write operations (e.g. uploading datasets and/or models, using slice and explain, sending events to Fiddler for monitoring, etc).
- READ — Allows a user to perform read operations (e.g. getting project/dataset/model metadata, accessing pre-existing charts, etc.).
Some notes about these roles:
- A user who creates a project is assigned the OWNER role by default.
- A project OWNER or an organization ADMINISTRATOR can share/unshare projects with other users or teams.
- Only the OWNER only and an organization ADMINISTRATOR have access to a project until that project is explicitly shared with others.
- Project roles can be assigned to individual users or teams by the project
OWNER or by an organization ADMINISTRATOR.
A team is a group of users.
- Each user can be a member of zero or more teams.
- Team roles are associated with project roles (i.e. teams can be granted
READ, WRITE, and/or OWNER permissions for a project).
Click here for more information on teams.
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Updated 3 months ago