Configuring access rights in Acumatica
Created by Damien Zwillinger, Modified on Tue, 20 Feb 2024 at 05:17 PM by Harry Lewis
- Velixo NX
- Velixo Classic
- Acumatica, Cegid, MYOB, Haufe x360, Jamis Prime
There are a series of generic inquiries that are required for Velixo to operate.
The first time you connect to a tenant within the ERP, the system may let you know that those necessary inquiries need to be installed:
That process should be performed by an ERP administrator. The administrator will need to:
- Install or Update to the latest version of the Customization Project.
- Assign the Velixo roles (included in the project) to all users who need to have access to the Velixo inquiries.
After installing the updated customization (released February 2024 or later), the necessary roles already have pre-configured access to relevant domain areas of Velixo. The administrator simply needs to assign the roles to any ERP user needing access to the Velixo inquiries.
Important: ... Assigning the Velixo roles to the users is a required step in any ERP based on Acumatica 2024R1 or newer.
If you are upgrading your ERP from an earlier version, you must follow these steps, else users will lose access to the Velixo inquiries after the upgrade.
Assigning Velixo Roles
Using the pre-defined Velixo roles, the basic configuration of access rights is actually quite simple.
On the Users page (SM201010) in your ERP, you simply need to check the boxes for the Velixo roles for each relevant user:
If you find that one or more of the pre-defined Velixo roles are not available for a particular user...
... make a note of the User Type assigned to that user:
Navigate to your ERPs User Types page (EP202500) and edit the settings for that specific user type to allow the Velixo roles:
Legacy ERP Versions
If you are using and older version of the Customization Project with an ERP based on Acumatica 2023R2 or older, please see this article on Configuring Access Rights.
As the name suggests, Restriction Groups provide the ability to restrict accounts, subaccounts projects, etc. on a user-by-user basis. Velixo supports the use of Restriction Groups. More information about configuring this type of security can be found in the Acumatica Documentation.