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DataFlow Result Permissions

The granular security permissions offered by the Composable DataOps Platform, including specific permissions for Read, Write, Execute, Clone, and Delete, as well as other functions, provide significant benefits in terms of data protection and access control. With these fine-grained permissions, end-users and organizations can ensure that data and processes within the platform are accessed and modified only by authorized individuals or groups.

The ability to set permissions at a granular level is particularly valuable when dealing with confidential or regulated data. Organizations can enforce strict access controls, ensuring that sensitive information is accessible only to authorized personnel with the appropriate clearance. This enhances compliance with data protection regulations and safeguards against potential data breaches or unauthorized data disclosures.

Furthermore, the granular security permissions in the Composable platform contribute to a more collaborative and efficient work environment. By granting specific individuals or teams the necessary permissions, organizations foster collaboration and enable seamless knowledge sharing without compromising data security. This empowers users to work together on projects, share insights, and leverage the platform’s capabilities while maintaining strict access controls.

Configuring Permissions of Results in DataFlows

In general, when a DataFlow is executed, the generated Results would only be accessible by the user that executed the DataFlow. That user (the one executing the DataFlow), or the DataFlow owner if it was externally activated (e.g., by a Timer), can adjust the access control settings on individual Runs.

In addition, the owner of the DataFlow can also set the default access control settings for Runs / Results by going to the Runs page for DataFlow.

This is a great time saver, and helps when automatically posting Results to Boards. The default is still only the owner or executor having read and delete access.