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User and Permissions
Who can access what
Understanding DocTypes DocType DocField Naming Document Controllers
Solving Permission Error Problems
Question: User has roles like Account User and Account Manager assigned. Still, when accessing the Account Receivable report, the user gets an error message of no permission from the territory master. Answer: As per the permission system in OneHash CRM, for the User to access a form or a report, they should have at least read permission on all the link fields in that form/report. Since Territory is a link field in the Account Receivable report, please add a permission rule to le
Managing Permission Level
Managing Perm Level in Permission Manager Perm Level reduces the amount of information visible or changeable in a specific Doctype for certain User Groups. Whereas you can define visibility or changeability for each Doctype by customizing the Doctype-specific Permissions Rule, you can change these for specific Sections or Fields with the Perm Level. In each document, you can group fields by "levels". Each group of fields or field group is denoted by a unique number (0, 1, 2, 3 Etc.). A s
How to add Users?
How to add Users? The System Manager can add users. To add users go to: ++Home > Users and Permissions > User++ There are two main types of users: Website users: Customers, Suppliers, Students, Etc. who have access only to the portal and not to any modules. System Users: People using OneHash CRM in the company with access to modules, company data, Etc.
Users and Permissions
User Permissions User permissions are a way of restricting user access to particular documents. Role-based permissions allow setting complete (by default) access to a document type (doctype) like Sales Invoice, Orders, Quotation, Etc. This means that when you assign a Sales User role to a user, they can access all the Sales Orders and Quotations. User Permissions can be used to restrict access to selected documents based on the link fields. For example, consider that you do business wit
Role and Role Profile
Role and Role Profile A Role defines the permissions for accessing various documents in OneHash. Roles define a set of permissions which can be set from the Role Permissions Manager. The most commonly used roles are already defined in OneHash. You can use the system with them. If needed, you can add more roles. For example, if you assign the Sales User role to a user, they'll be able to access docum
How to set Role Based Permissions?
Role Based Permission Permission to different documents can be controlled using Role-Based Permissions. OneHash CRM has a role-based permission system. It means that you can assign Roles to Users, and Permissions can be set on Roles. The Role Permissions Manager allows you to set which roles can access which documents and with what permissions (read, write, submit, Etc.). Once roles are assigned to a user, their access can be limited to specific documents. The permission struc
Sharing Documents in OneHash CRM
You can share documents with other users via sharing in OneHash CRM. In addition to user and role permissions, you can also share a document with another user if you share rights for that document. Note that a shared document will be visible to the other user even if the document is restricted via User Permissions. To share a document, open the document, click on the "+" icon under sharing and select the user wi
** Administrator**: The one who has all the rights and permissions of OneHash CRM The administrator is above the System Manager and has all the rights and permissions for the OneHash account. A System Manager also has permissions to most items in the system, but the administrator has unrestricted access. If your OneHash account is cloud-hosted with us (Frappe Technologies Pvt. Ltd.), you won't access your OneHash account as an Administrator. For cloud-hosted accounts, upgrades are