Authorization checks whether an authenticated user can access a resource in a specific manner. In general,
The product can be configured to use one of the following methods of authorization:
To have administrator privileges when iDash authorization is used, the user must be defined as type Admin.
EEM—When EEM authorization is enabled (Security, EEM Configuration, Authorization in the Admin Tool), EEM is used to authorize all configured CA Workload Automation AE and CA Workload Automation CA 7 Edition instances. When the Manage SLAs category is configured, a user with proper job permissions can manage the SLA for that job. For further details on EEM authorization policies, see iDash Authorizations and CA EEM Policies.
When properly authorized, EEM users can access CA Workload Automation AE and CA Workload Automation CA 7 Edition jobs, as well as their associated SLAs.
To have administrator privileges, the user must be a member of the specified iDash Admin Group (Security, EEM Configuration, Authorization in the Admin Tool).