Organization application enables you to create and maintain your company’s organization within Teamcenter by organizing user accounts and their respective permissions and user groups.
User accounts help to:
Track changes to objects.
Control access and privileges.
Manage default object ownership.
Organization is made of groups. Group contains subgroups, roles, users and person. Organization is an administrative application and used for the following,
Viewing information of the organization.
Defining Groups, Roles, Users, Person, Volume, Sites, etc.
Establish administrative privileges.
Defining optional Calendars, Disciplines and Part Libraries.
Organization is read-only to non-dba group users unless they have been granted authorization to make modifications by a user with system administration privileges.
Group is for grouping of users who share data.
Subgroup is a group with another group designated as its parent.
Role represents specific skills and/or responsibilities. The same roles are typically found in many groups. The system grants data access based on group and role.
User can belong to multiple groups and must be assigned to a default group. Each user in the group is assigned a role.
Person is a definition containing real-world information about each Teamcenter user, such as name, address, and telephone number.
Build the organization tree hierarchy from the top down.
Build the organization list tree hierarchy from bottom up.
A site describes an individual installation of Teamcenter and comprises a single database, all users accessing that database.
When Teamcenter objects are exported, the site ID is used internally by each Teamcenter site to identify itself to other sites.
The site name is also used internally and is stored in the database as a user-defined character string.
To share data among sites, each Teamcenter database must store a definition of all of the sites in the enterprise.
A license server is a process dedicated to tracking license usage by users.
It runs on a host machine and port that you specify.
Administrator set up multiple license servers to assign different set of users to each license server.
A volume is a location where files are stored. A volume equates to a directory on the operating system.
Teamcenter retains the volume location (directory) and the file name.
Assign volumes to groups and users and define file locations for the organization structure.
Users inherently have read access to newly created volumes. However, you must explicitly grant write access to the volume.