Quick general question regarding data governance:
We are looking for ways to ensure that we can prevent users from making changes in data with unintended consequences.
1. Is it possible (using any standard functionality) to prohibit certain User Roles from altering certain fields/products?
Example: We are an enterprise with 15 subsidiary companies sharing the same product assortment in the same PIM system. All companies have access to all products, but ideally, not all Editors should be able to edit all fields or all products.
2. Is it possible (using any standard functionality) to prohibit certain User Roles from accessing specific features such as Mass Update?
Example: Some functionality in inRiver - like Mass Update - is incredibly powerful. This means that if used incorrectly, it can wreak a lot of havoc on the data in the system. However, currently it seems that it is not tied to permission management in the Web client - meaning that ALL users with access to Enrich App can use it.
Best practice sharing from other projects on how to handle the issues above are very welcome!
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