Within Testimony users are considered to be administrators or non-administrators.

Administrators have full access to all Testimony functions whereas non-administrators only have access to certain functions, depending on their role.

Testimony has the ability to be able to control which functions users are able to access and which components are executable to the user when they log into Testimony.

Authorisation to the Testimony for all users requires one of the following Testimony roles to be assigned:

Role Name Description
/BTI/AUT_TESTIMONY_ADMIN This role contains all of the admin authorisations that are required to execute and run all steps in Testimony application and needs to be assigned to every Admin users.
/BTI/AUT_ADMIN This role contains all of the admin authorisations that are required to execute and run all steps for the test plan in Testimony application and needs to be assigned to every test plan Admin users.
/BTI/AUT_TEST_MANAGER This role contains all of the test manager authorisations that are required to execute and run all steps for test management in Testimony application and needs to be assigned to every test manager users.
/BTI/AUT_TESTER This role contains all of the tester authorisations that are required to execute test execution steps in Testimony application and needs to be assigned to every tester user.

These roles are included within the standard user roles supplied with Testimony.

In addition to these authorisation roles, the authorisation concept works in another different way. Users can be restricted in what can be executed in Testimony. The details of how this is configured are described below in the Action Manager/Management section.

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