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Access Control - Introduction
Access Control - Introduction
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Written by Dan Macarie
Updated over a week ago

Stackla’s Access Control is a security infrastructure that enables Enterprise clients to define appropriate custom access rules for specific resources within the Platform.

The rules, which are defined per User Group, allow clients to specify Coarse-Grain resource conditions at an API (Back-End) level and Fine-Grain resource conditions at the Stackla Admin (Front-End) level.

To find out more about the specific conditions in each scope, please click on the links below:

Please Note: Whilst separated into different scopes, permissions that are applied at an API level can have an impact on the Stackla Admin (ie. Preventing a user from being able to Create a record) whilst those applied on the Stackla Admin may limit users to being only able to complete certain functions via the REST API.

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