Setting action permissions

As an administrator you can use action permissions to control the commands users have access to while in an area of the Oracle Eloqua interface. Action permissions go hand in hand with interface access permissions. While interface access permissions determine what page or navigational area the users can access, action permissions determine what users can do within that interface.

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Action permissions are set at a security group level. For a listing of all action permissions and the default security group association, check out Know It on Topliners.

To set action permissions:

  1. Click Settings An image of the Settings menu icon, which is represented by a black cog..

  2. Click Users in the Users and Security area.

  3. Under the Groups tab on the left pane, expand the All Groups drop-down. Locate the group you want to modify. If needed, click the + symbol next to a folder in order to navigate into that folder.

  4. Click the desired security group name.
    An image of the Users window.
  5. Click Action Permissions, then click Edit.
  6. Set the action permissions for this group and click Save. Learn more about what each action permission does.

Learn more

Interface access

Security groups

Action permission descriptions

Oracle Eloqua Security Groups Default Permissions