Pega Access of Role to Object

 Pega Access is a powerful data security tool used in Pega Platforms to define access permissions for roles and objects. An object could be an application, report, service, clipboard page, rule set, etc. It can be used to control who can access what information and operations based on the roles assigned to them. Pega Access works by assigning permissions to objects or rules. These permissions can be set as public, private or privileged. This helps in managing user access to different objects based on roles, data visibility and various other security and compliance requirements.

Pega Access is an authorization framework which provides fine-grained access control for objects in the application. It supports access control on the user, role, or organization level based on the user's authorization and security roles. A user is granted certain types of access (like Read or Write) to an object by assigning a Role to the object. For example, a user could be granted Read access to an Account objects by assigning the Role of "Account Reader" to the object. Once the Role has been assigned to the object, the user will be able to access the object by logging in to Pega with their credentials.

The Pega Access of Role to Object establishes the access control rights and permissions that a specific role has for an application object. This access control is expressed in the form of actions that are available to a role. Actions can include read, execute, alter, modify, delete, copy, and print. A role can also be assigned an access control level of ownership, which specifies the specific activities a role can carry out on an object. The access control rules are usually defined in the application's access control system.

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