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Access Editor

The Access editor lets you manage access to your project through security constraints files (*.access). You can create multiple access constraints within your project as part of one security constraints file.

Access Editor

Create a Security Constraints File

  1. Right-click on your project in the Workspace view and choose New Access Constraints.

    New Security Constraint

  2. Enter a name for the security constraints file.

    Security Constraints File Name

Create an Access Constraint

  1. Double-click on your security constraints file to open it in the Access editor.

    Access Editor

  2. Choose New (+).

    New Constraint

  3. In the Create Constraint dialog, fill in the path to the file for which you're creating the access constraint in the Path field.

  4. Choose an HTTP or CMIS method for which the access constraint will be valid in the Method field.

  5. Select HTTP or CMIS scope from the drop-down list in the Scope field.

  6. Fill in a role for which the access constraint is valid in the Roles field.

  7. Choose Save.

    Dialog Create Constraint

Create a Public Endpoint

You can also use the Access editor to make a resource publicly accessible. To do this, fill in the role public in step 6 above. This way, you're effectively creating a new public endpoint for the resource. You can access the public endpoint by replacing web with public in the endpoint's URL.

  1. Fill in the public role in the Roles field of the Create Constraint dialog and choose Save.

    Add public role

  2. Publish your project.

    Publish public project

  3. Copy the endpoint's URL from the Preview view.

    Copy URL

  4. Open a browser and replace web with public in the URL.

    Public endpoint URL

  5. Check if you can access the public endpoint.

    Public endpoint

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