The User Profile Editor window displays the user's attributes, role membership and permissions. If users are viewing their own profiles, then some items may not be visible or may be read-only. If an administrator is viewing (or editing) the profile of a user, then all items will be visible. Such distinctions are indicated below.
To open the User Profile Editor window as an administrator, click on a username in the User Manager widget. The Edit User menu will appear. Click the More Options icon within the widget for additional administrative functions:
For other user management functions available through the widget, see:
To open the editor to view your profile as a user, click the More Options icon on the right-side of the main window frame for the selected dashboard. in the top-right corner of the selected dashboard. From the drop-down menu, click on your username next to the user profile icon . The User Information menu will appear.
All changes made in the User Profile Editor window will only be saved when the Save icon is clicked. If the Close without Saving icon is clicked, none of the changes will be saved.
User Name – The user name of the user. This value is required (i.e., may not be null), must be unique in the ST_USER table, and is immutable (i.e., cannot be changed after the user is created). Letters with diacritical marks are allowed in the user name field. By default, the database's user name field is of type varchar, which limits it to UTF-8 characters. The diacritical marks in languages supported by Enterprise (German, French, Portuguese, Spanish) should all be able to be stored correctly in the database, while other characters found in other Latin character sets (Slavic languages, Turkish) will be reduced to their UTF-8 form in the database unless the user name field is changed to nvarchar.
Email Address – The email address of the user. This value is required (i.e., may not be null), must be unique within the ST_USER table, and must be a valid email address. A user can have multiple comma-separated email addresses, using the following criteria:
•Each email address needs to be separated by 1 comma.
•There can be 0 or 1 white space characters after each comma.
•There can be 0 characters following the last email address in the list.
•The list of email addresses, including the comma and white space characters, can not exceed 100 characters in length.
Creating a new user with multiple email addresses or updating an existing user to have multiple email addresses:
If a new user is created with or an existing user is updated to have multiple email addresses, the individual email addresses may exist as the email address for another user in the EQuIS database.
First Name – The user's first name. This value is optional.
Last Name – The user's last name. This value is optional.
Preferred Message Delivery Method – Used to set the message delivery method to either Web Only or Email and Web. This value is required.
Remark – This is an optional field for storing a remark.
Click Here to Change Password Button – Used to change the user password.
Note: An Active Client Access License (ACAL) is unique to each user. The user may log in from any device at any time and use the same license. A single ACAL may be used across multiple EQuIS databases if both of the following conditions are true:
•All of the EQuIS databases point to the same license database, and
•The user name (ST_USER.USER_NAME) and email address (ST_USER.EMAIL_ADDRESS) are exactly the same in each EQuIS database.
The Roles tab displays the user's membership. Users that are not administrators will only see the roles to which they are members of and will not be able to change role membership. Administrators will be able to see all roles and optionally change the user's role membership. For information on administering user status via roles, see Applying Licenses in EQuIS Enterprise and Activate Users,
Name Search Box – Enter a search term (one or more characters) that will be used to search for roles. Only roles will be displayed that contain the search term (name, remark). Press the keyboard <ENTER> key or click the Search button (just to the right of the Search box) to search for roles.
The grid columns contain attributes of the role. The columns are sortable by clicking on the column header (click again to reverse the sort). The columns are as described below.
Role Icon – This column is for display purposes only and may not be changed. The column indicates a role , a licensed role , or an ALS (application-level security) role .
Name – The name of the role. This column is for display purposes only and may not be changed.
User – If the icon is displayed, then the user is a member of the role. If the icon is not displayed (i.e., the cell is empty), the user is not a member of the role.
•Click the column header to sort by role membership (i.e., to see roles for which the user is already a member sorted separately from roles for which the user is not already a member).
•Click the cell to toggle role membership for the given user. Membership is not saved until the Save button is clicked.
The bottom of the grid contains paging controls for displaying a limited number of roles at a time, as described below.
Arrows – Use the left/right arrows to navigate through pages.
Go to Page List – Select a specific page to navigate directly to that page.
Rows per Page – Change the number of roles to be displayed per page by using the drop-down menu.
Count of Pages and Total Items – This control indicates the total number of items available in the grid, how many pages to display the items, and which page is currently selected.
The paging controls are specific to the current search. For example, if there are 15 roles, but only four roles match the current search term, then the paging controls will apply only to the four matching roles.
The Permissions tab contains the permissions grid, where user permissions can be viewed and/or changed. If the User Permissions Report has been enabled, a download button will be available to download the User Permissions report for the given user.
For more information, see the Permissions chapter.
Cache (hours) – This setting pertains to the number of hours to cache report output. Fractional values are allowed (e.g., 0.25 = 15 minutes). Report caching cannot be disabled. Although a zero (0) value can be entered, the minimum report cache will always be 1/10 of an hour (i.e., 6 minutes). See Report Caching Service article for more information.
Delete Report Cache Button – This will delete the Enterprise report cache.
Default Dashboard – This is an optional setting that can be used to set the default dashboard to load upon user login. If a default dashboard has not been set, the current dashboard title is displayed. Clicking on the Choose Dashboard button will open the Dashboard Chooser and a default dashboard can be selected.
This is the application grid that shows the user’s configuration settings and pulls from the ST_CONFIG table. Users with the appropriate permissions can also add entries to the grid and populate ST_CONFIG. For example, if the following entry is in the ST_CONFIG table, it will be shown in the application grid, and vice-versa:
CONFIG_SECTION = DashboardChooser
CONFIG_KEY = DefaultView
OBJECT_TYPE = null
OBJECT_VALUE = null
STRING_VALUE = Recent
USER_ID= Targeted user's ID (e.g., 12345)
If a user adds the above entry, the Dashboard Chooser will default to Recent.
Users may wish to set the default view and/or renderer (grid/tile/map view) for the Dashboard, Facility, Report, and/or Widget Choosers. The DefaultView value can be either "Favorites" or "Recent". The Renderer value can be either "Tile" or "Details" (will display the Grid View). In addition, the Facility Chooser can have a Renderer value of "Map". See the Chooser Configuration article for additional details.
Note: Administrative users will have to add the configuration settings for non-administrative users, who can then modify the settings as desired in the User Profile Editor.
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