Once an assignment is set, you can edit it by right-clicking the
corresponding check box in the assignment table and click Edit.
The Resource/Role assignment dialog box
appears allowing you to change permissions.
The corresponding Role and Resource is shown in the Basic tab of the dialog box. The actions available for SOAP
and REST services are listed separately. Select or clear the check boxes as
needed to change the assignment to the Role. Click Save to validate the change or Cancel to cancel it.
Warning: You can not unset all actions to a Role in the
Resource/Role assignment dialog box. There should
be at least one action selected before you can save it.
Warning: When you clear a permission check box for a pair of Resource and
Role in the assignment table, you remove all actions assigned to the Role,
not just the shown default action.
In the Advanced
tab of the dialog box, the underlying XACML
Permission Policy is shown. You can edit the policy by changing the effect, actions,
algorithm and so on. Click the Validate
button to validate the
policy. Click Reset
to go back to the original policy. For
more information about XACML used by ESB Authorization, see XACML standard
to save your changes or Cancel
to cancel it.
You can also export this assignment to an XML file by clicking the
button. The Web browser will
prompt you to open or save the assignment depending on your Web browser
configuration. For more information about how to export assignments, see