There are different types of roles in Oracle Content Management. Understanding how they work together is essential to giving users the access they need to perform their duties and access appropriate content.

  • Typical Organization Roles — A person’s role within your organization determines what tasks they need to perform and how they use features.
  • Application Roles — Application roles control what features a user sees in Oracle Content Management.
  • Task and Feature Comparison by Application Role — Depending on the application roles assigned to a user, the user can perform different tasks and access different features. For example, visitors, standard users, and enterprise users can access files and folders, but only enterprise users can work with digital assets.
  • Resource Roles (Permissions) — What users can see and do with a resource, such as a document, content item, site, or template, depends on the role they’re assigned when the resource is shared with them.