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Managing workspaces

Workspaces enable selected users to work together preparing tasks and plans for execution, and allow them access to engines allocated to the workspace.

Any number of workspaces can be created in an environment. Workspaces are used to share artifacts, tasks, plans, connections, and resources. Users can be added to a workspace with predefined permissions. A user's roles have no impact in a workspace. Groups cannot be added to a workspace.

It is recommended to create a maximum of 7000 tasks in a single workspace. Exceeding this limit will prevent you from promoting the workspace.

By default, Talend Remote Engines can be used in all the workspaces of an environment. You can restrict the use of an engine to selected accounts by allocating it to a specific workspace and then grant the Execute or the Use engines permission on this workspace to these accounts.

After that, only these accounts can use this engine to run tasks and plans, but note that these tasks or plans can be from other workspaces.

Users with the individual permission Engines - Use can only have the workspace permission Use engines. This workspace permission is the combination of the Execute and View permissions. For more information, see Predefined roles for Talend Management Console.

User roles and workspace permissions must be set to access specific Talend Management Console content. For more information about user roles, check Managing roles.

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