You can assign permissions at the object level and associate them to a specific Role.

As a System Administrator, you can restrict a user to access only specific objects. For example, you can assign permissions to VNF Administrators to access only specific VNFs. The Advance Filter option allows you to provide object-level permissions to roles.

About Advance Filters

  • If a user or a user group has multiple permissions, the list of objects that they can access is a union of all the objects that can be viewed through each permission.
  • Filters that are applied to objects at the parent level are also applied to child objects. For example, you create permissions for your VNF Administrator with filters to view the VNF Catalogs of Nokia. When the VNF Administrator logs in, they can view the VNF Catalogs and the VNFs that belong to Nokia. Here, the parent object is the VNF Catalog and the child object is the VNF.

You can enable Advance Filter and assign object-level permissions when you create or edit permissions. For steps to create permissions, see Create Permission.