Tuesday Jul 01, 2014

Limit Self Service User Access to Database Self Service Portal

When implementing database as a service and/or snap clone, a common request was for a way to hide the other service types like IaaS, MWaaS, etc from the self service portal for the end users. Before EM12c R4, there was no way to restrict the portal view. Essentially, any user with the EM_SSA_USER role would be directed to the self service portal and would then be able to see all service types supported by EM12c.


Of course, you could always set Database as your default self service portal from the 'My Preferences' pop up, but this only helps with their post-login experience. The end user still gets to see all the options as shown in screen above.


In EM12c R4, a new out of the box role called EM_SSA_USER_BASE has been introduced. This role, by default, does not give access to any portal, that is an explicit selection. Here is how you use this role:

1. Create a custom role and add the EM_SSA_USER_BASE role to it.


 2. Now in the Resource Privileges step, select the Resource Type 'Cloud Self Service Portal for Database', and edit it


3. Check the 'Access the Cloud Self Service Portal for Database.' privilege. Finish the rest of the wizard.


 Now, when a user with this custom role accesses the self service portal, they can only do so for databases and nothing else.


While the EM_SSA_USER role will continue to work, we recommend you start using the new EM_SSA_USER_BASE role. For more details on DBaaS or Snap Clone roles, refer to the cloud admin guide chapter on roles and users.

-- Adeesh Fulay (@AdeeshF)


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