Rights Tab - crossTerm Section

crossTerm rights

The following rights can be defined in the crossTerm section:

Right
Description
Change settings
Allows change the crossTerm settings on the Trusted Server side.
Add instance
Allows adding new crossTerm instances on the Trusted Server side.
Edit instance
Allows editing new crossTerm instances on the Trusted Server side.
Manage public filters/filter sets
Allows adding and edit filters and filter sets on the Trusted Server side.

Additionally, the crossTerm section comprises the following subsections:

  • Instances
  • Filters/filter sets
  • Entry templates
  • Layouts

Instances

In the Instances section, you can define the access and editing rights for the crossTerm instances. By default, the section contains the subsection Default rights. The rights defined in this subsection apply to all instances set up in Across.

The following rights can be defined in the Instances section:

Right
Description
Add Term with Reference
Allows adding new terms on the Trusted Server side.
Edit term
Allows editing terms on the Trusted Server side.
Delete term
Allows deleting terms on the Trusted Server side.
Add entry
Allows adding entries on the Trusted Server side.
Edit entry properties
Allows editing entry properties on the Trusted Server side.
Delete entry
Allows deleting entries on the Trusted Server side.
Change status
Allows changing the status of entries (e.g., Released) on the Trusted Server side.
Import entries
Allows importing terminology entries on the Trusted Server side.
Export entries
Allows exporting terminology entries on the Trusted Server side.
See unreleased terms
Allows viewing also unreleased terms on the Trusted Server side.
See released terms
Allows viewing released terms on the Trusted Server side.
Process released terms
Allows users of a group to process released terms (create, edit, and delete released terms).
Without this right, only unreleased terms can be processed – if the respective rights (Create new term, Edit term and Delete term) are activated.
See standalone entries
Allows users of a group to view standalone entries.
Standalone entries are special terminology entries that do not contain any terms, but only indexes with their index values.

Some of the rights can be customized by means of the icn_drei-punkte icon. Additionally, you can limit the rights to certain languages.

Restricting languages

By restricting a right to certain languages, e.g. the right to create terms, you can ensure that only terms in the defined language combination are created on the Trusted Server side. For example, if the Trusted Server is granted the right to create terms in the language combination German/English, only terms in the language directions German/English and English/German, but not in other combinations such as German/French can be created on the Trusted Server side.

To limit a right to certain languages, click the corresponding icn_drei-punkte icon, select Restricted, and enable the checkbox Selected languages. Then add the languages (and the sublanguages, if necessary) for which, for example, a right for adding new terms should be available on the corresponding Trusted Server side.

When transmitting crossGrid packages to the Master Server, terms that do not correspond to the language combination of the tasks in the package are also transmitted insofar the user on the Trusted Server side has a right to create terms in other languages.

Filters/filter sets

The Filters/filter sets section lists all user-defined filters and filter sets defined as public. User-defined filters are displayed with an icn_filter_benutzer icon, and filter sets with an icn_filtersets icon.

By activating the checkboxes, the filters and filter sets can be assigned to the respective user group, making them available for future searches in crossTerm.

By default, newly created filters and filter sets are available for all user groups.

Entry templates

In the Entry templates section, you can assign the rights for using the entry templates created in the crossTerm settings to the respective user groups. By enabling the respective checkboxes, corresponding entry templates are available to the members of this group. By default, a newly created entry template is available for all user groups.

Layouts

In the Layouts section, all user-defined layouts defined as public are listed sorted by crossTerm instance.

By activating the checkboxes, the layouts can be assigned to the respective user group, making them available in crossTerm.

By default, newly created crossTerm layouts is not available for any user groups. In contrast, the crossTerm standard layout is available for all user groups by default.

At least one of the available crossTerm layouts must be activated. Deactivating all layouts is not possible. If the standard layout is deactivated, the next layout in the list of available layouts will be used in crossTerm by default.