The J2EE role-based authorization concept has been extended to protect the WebSphere Administrative subsystem. Four roles are defined for performing administrative tasks.
|monitor||Least privileged; allows a user to view the WebSphere configuration and current state.|
|configurator||Monitor privilege plus the ability to change the WebSphere configuration.|
|operator||Monitor privilege plus the ability to change runtime state, such as starting or stopping services.|
|administrator||Operator plus configurator privilege.|
The Admin roles are effective only when Global Security is enabled.
The identity that is specified when enabling Global Security is automatically mapped to ...