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Understanding MTS Security

MTS provides built-in security for components through what is known as roles. A role corresponds to a user, group, or any combination of users and groups. Chapter 15 "Understanding the MTS Development Environment" provided limited exposure to how roles can be used to secure MTS components. If you recall, when MTS was installed, one of the first configuration tasks was adding appropriate users to the Administrator role for the System package. Administrator role membership determined who was able and who was unable to administer a given MTS machine. Similarly, roles can be used to apply security to other MTS packages as well.

  1. Using Role-Based Security to Limit Use of an MTS Package to Specific Users

  2. Creating and Adding Users to Roles

  3. Assigning Roles to Components or Component Interfaces

  4. Setting Security Properties of Components


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