What is an User Group Permission Module?
OpenCart systems by default provide limited amount of user roles and responsibility.
So TMD opencart User Group and Permission is designed with the aim of securing user roles tightly into the OpenCart system
User Group Permission module allow you to differentiate user roles and permissions on your store.
So this module can be integrated into the OpenCart system by Admin to create specific roles for all users on store.
And assign each roles the permission to add, modify, view or delete a specific master or a transaction on the store.
Not all users are same, which means a salesman or a billing operator is concerned only with billing, a store manager is concerned with the overall stock operation and creating items on store.
Similarly an administrator is concerned with assigning rights and privileges to user types and view all MIS report on store to ensure data security, safety and privacy
What is an User Group and how to Create User Group Types?
Roles are mandatory for a store when there are multiple users ultizing a single store.
So there is a need for User Group, user group is usually defined as a group of people with a specific authorization to do a specific type of task on stores.
Various type of User Groups can be created with the TMD user group permission module such as the Manager, Billing Operators, EDP In charge, Store Manager and so on.
So while creating a new user, it is simple for an Admin to just assign the user group type to a user.
The user group assigned will identify the necessary permission that is available in that user group type and simply restrict a user from doing a specific task.
Creating a User Group Type :
Creating user group type is a simple process in TMD user group permission module
Open the form User group permission module and choose the user group name.
After choosing the user group name simply assign all the rights and prev ledges that is required for that user group.
Types of User Group Permission:
The authorization given to users that enables them to access specific resources on the system such as edit, delete or modify a master or a transaction generally defines a kind of permission.
The permissions are made to data which can be viewed (read only) or can be updated (read/write).
And TMD User group permission modules is based on the level of read/write permission for each and every transnational process on store.
There are defined as the Access Permission, Modify Permissions, Permission Add, Permission Edit and the Permission Delete