Within the roles definition, you can check/uncheck permissions for a specific record type.
Update "Enables you to update records of the selected record type in the grid." while
Admin "Enables you to update the selected record type in the records module."
I have no clear understanding what this will mean for e.g. Incidents, Service Requests.
Question is: What's the difference between Admin and Update permission, e.g. in Incident Module? What can I do with Admin permission in addition to Update
then please update the help / help server (e.g. mark the area), so that it reflects your statement.
We had internal discussion about that permission but never thought it is not used at all.
I have been using the Admin right in order to control customer-specific process rights.
E.g. some privileged field will be set to read-only unless the expression:
is true (here using the Request entity as an example)
That way, you can create a specific role with Admin rights on an entity, and setup the process to control access to some functionality (fields or manual transitions) only for those users with that role.
I know that this can also be done by testing on the role itself, but I always found this method based on a specific right more flexible.