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Lesson 13. Managing Databases > Understanding Access Rights

Understanding Access Rights

Domino enables you to perform certain tasks in a database—such as editing, deleting, and copying—only if you have rights to do so. Either the creator of a database or the database manager decides and assigns access rights to the users of the database. Some people may be allowed to create documents for the database, and others may be allowed only to read documents from the database.

The manager of a database assigns rights to various people through the access control list. The manager can assign any of seven user access levels, each of which brings with it certain privileges. The following list describes each user access level in an access control list:


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