The permissions with which you are logged in to vRealize Hyperic determine the features in the vRealize Hyperic tc Server plug-in that you can access.

Use this table to determine which role you should assign a user that will be managing tc Runtime instances.

Table 1. Effect of vRealize Hyperic Permissions on Viewing tc Server Plug-in Features

Permission Level

Effect on tc Server Plug-in Features

Read-Only

Allows you to view instances of the type, but not create, edit, or delete them.

For platforms, servers, services, and groups, it also enables Read-Only access to alert definitions for the inventory type.

  • View the deployed Web applications in the Views > Application Managementtab.

  • View the current configuration of a tc Runtime instance in the Views > Server Configurationtab.

Read-Write

Allows the user to view and edit instances of the type, but not create or delete them.

For platforms, servers, services, and groups, it also enables:

  • Full access to alert definitions for the inventory type

  • permission to manage alerts (enable/disable, fix, acknowledge) for the inventory type

  • permission to perform supported control operations on resources of the inventory type

Full

Allows users to create, edit, delete, and view instance of the type.

For platforms, servers, services, and groups, it also enables:

  • Full access to alert definitions for the inventory type

  • permission to manage alerts (enable/disable, fix, acknowledge) for the inventory type

  • permission to perform supported control operations on resources of the inventory type