Users, Groups and Permissions
Defining users and groups in PractiTest is very easy.
Adding a group
After the group is added you can edit its permissions and add members.
Adding a user
Customizing Group’s members and permissions
Adding a member to a group
Setting group’s permissions
- Administrator – users under this group have the permissions to do everything within the system. If you can customize the Project settings and permissions (and see this screen), you are probably under the Administrator group.
- Testers – ‘testers’ do almost everything within the system (they behave like Administrators for Issues, Requirements and Tests), but their members do not have access to most project customizations such as Permissions, Custom Fields, Workflow.
- Developers – ‘developers’ have full grants for Issues (Create, Edit and View Issues and reports), but they may only view tests, runs and requirements; and cannot edit or delete any of them. Like testers, developers as well don’t have access to most Project customizations.
– If a user belongs to more than one group, then it’s permissions are the Union of all groups permissions that she belongs to.