Learn About Roles for Processes

Users can be assigned various roles that allow them to access, administer, and use Processes.

Want to learn more about how roles work in Oracle Integration and in the Processes feature? See Oracle Integration Roles and What Users Can Do in Processes by Role in Administering Oracle Integration.

Role Description

Administrator

(ServiceAdministrator)

Can perform the following tasks:

Developer

(ServiceDeveloper)

Can perform the following tasks:

Developers can’t access the administration pages in the design-time or runtime environment. Also, they can’t create, modify, or delete users for Processes.

End User

(ServiceUser)

Can perform the following tasks:

End users can’t access any pages in the design-time environment and can’t access the administration pages in the runtime environment. Also, they can’t create, modify, or delete users for Processes.

Oracle Content and Experience User

(service_instance_name.CECIntegrationUser)

In Oracle Content and Experience, assign the integrations user to this role. In Processes, use this user’s credentials to configure the connection to Oracle Content and Experience.

In runtime, each application has process-specific user roles. See Assign and Manage Roles.

In design time, each application has application-specific developer roles. See About Application Sharing and Collaboration.