System administrator (SA)
The system administrator is an IT specialist responsible for software installation who is familiar with the network resources required (SQL, SMTP, NTP server, etc.). The SA is also responsible for many of the cross-project objects, such as defining OBIS codes (4.6 R3 or higher).
System administrator is a global role with access to all projects on the server.
Project manager (PM)
The project manager is a trained specialist for KBR energy management. The PM is familiar with the connections between individual system components and the effects of configuration options. The 'Project manager' role is tied to a project, i.e. it applies to a project on the server. The project manager manages the project and can create and manage users for this project. In contrast to the system administrator, the project manager cannot create users with global roles (PM/SA).
Energy data manager (ED..)
The energy data manager works with energy data, in particular with consumers on meter points and cost centers. This role is not global, but instead has to be granted for each project or section (such as the location and medium) separately. If authorization is granted on project level, it also applies to all subordinate locations and media in the structure. If this is not desired, authorization must be limited to the location level or even to the medium level only.
There are two types of energy data managers:
- Read-only (EDR)
- Full, energy data manager (EDM)
Full access is required to create cost centers, for example.
Network data manager (ND..)
The network data manager is responsible for the supply structure. In the case of a power network, this would be an electrical engineer, for example. This role is project-specific. This means that authorization has to be granted separately for each project or section (e.g. the location). If authorization is granted on project level, it also applies to all subordinate locations and media in the structure. If this is not desired, the authorization must be limited to the location level or even to the medium level only.
Network manager rights are divided into:
- Read (NDR)
- Write (NDW)
- Full (NDF)
Object owners (OO)
Independent of the user roles mentioned, different objects (cost centers, energy benefits) are assigned to an owner. This serves to, for example, prevent several energy data managers (EDM) from changing each other's objects.
Rechte der Anwenderrollen
|System||Automation service, changing settings||x|
|Project||Create / edit / delete||x|
|License meter points||x|
|Change user rights||x|
|Create meter point||x|
|Location||Create / edit / delete||x|
|View switch group||x|
|Switch switch group||x|
|Create / edit / delete medium||x|
|Meta Date||Creating a user||x||x|
|Create/assign network operator||x|
|Creating an address||x|
|Create/edit drawing object||x|
|Distribution||Create / edit / delete||x|
|Add/delete drawing objects||x|
|Access to device properties||x|
|Assign meter points||x|
|Assign data points||x||x|
|eBus - Master||Register/assign new location||x|
|Root: Edit properties||x|
2: only project location
|Location: Edit properties||x|
|Edit timer programs||x||x|
|Bus segment: View||x||x|
|Bus segment: Edit properties||x||x|
|Create bus segment||x||x|
|Add bus device||x|
|Show device in bus list (disable for specific medium)||x|
Show bus device / device view
2: with media rights
Bus device: Change properties
(with media rights)
|Request cycle reading||x|
|Cost center||Root: Create||x|
|Create a cost center below an existing cost center||x|