Successfully reported this slideshow.
We use your LinkedIn profile and activity data to personalize ads and to show you more relevant ads. You can change your ad preferences anytime.

CMPRO Fast Task: Create a Role


Published on

CMPRO is Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) software that manages engineering, configuration, inventory, and product data.

For CMPRO training resources visit

Published in: Software
  • Be the first to comment

  • Be the first to like this

CMPRO Fast Task: Create a Role

  1. 1. • A Role represents a group of users who share similar job functions and responsibilities. • Administrators have complete access to the Role screens; non-admin user are limited, based on permissions. All users who work with Role screens must have the Role item on their Menu. • A role name must be unique, consisting of only letters, numbers and spaces. Scenario: Create a Role Path: Navigator Bar / Menu Fast Task 1 FT00112
  2. 2. Locate Menu Item 2Role Create menu item will only display for Administrators and users with special permissions and appropriate menu assigned (bottom screen).
  3. 3. Create Role 3Role Name must be unique from other roles names already being used in CMPRO. Fields highlighted in yellow are required fields in CMPRO (top screen). The Role Detail screen displays upon creation of Role, confirming action (bottom screen).
  4. 4. Add Users to Role 4Repeat Steps 1 – 4 for each user to be added. Complete Step 5 when finished adding users. For Step 1, you can also select from list of users presented when screen first displays (not shown here). Can simultaneously add multiple users from list.
  5. 5. Role Created with User(s) Added 5Role Detail screen will display users as they are added to the Role. Users assigned to a role inherit the Permissions that role has been granted for a particular CMPRO module.
  6. 6. This has been a Fast Task To view more Fast Tasks and learn more about CMPRO’s features and functions, go to CMPROficiency. © 2015 Professional SystemsAssociates, Inc. All Rights Reserved.