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6.22. User

Users who need to access uThings to view restricted information or act on its elements will be Users. If uThings intends that insertion, modification and deletion operations that change to real-world elements also serve to change their virtual copies contained in uThings Inventories, ensuring synchronization between the two environments, it must somehow replicate the technical capacity, Administrative and legal status of people on the elements of the real world with that same capacity on the elements of the virtual world. In order to prevent a user from seeing, altering or deleting elements in uThings, if it does not have the same capacity over real objects.
Organizations act in uThings through Users, individuals or persons avatars who must have a name and an active email address. User High Systems tries to have a physical person always behind them, including traps on high forms that avoid the use of intelligent algorithms to create fictitious users.
Each User is assigned to one and only one Organization, if one person acts in two Organizations simultaneously must be registered in each one as a different User (and a different mail account).
The different capacity of action that has an Organization in each Administrative Unit, determines that it can have more or less User Groups, according to the Organization Group with which it acts in them.
Therefore, a User of an Organization may belong to a different User Group in each of the Administrative Divisions where he acts.
Within your organization users can form the following groups:

  • Administrator: they are the users of the Administering Organization and it is in the only Organization where this group of users exists. Can assign a User to any of the groups in an Organization and assign the first user Coordinator of a Manager Organization.
  • Coordinator: they are the top level users within the other Organizations, they are designated in the first instance by the Organization responsible for admitting to another Organization in one Administrative Unit and in the second instance they can include other users of their Organization in this same group. Assign the users of your Organization to the User Coordinator and Editor groups.
  • Editor: they are responsible for creating the contents of the Instruments, they only have access to those Instruments in which their Organization is assigned as Editorial Organization and are in an editing state.
  • Not Assigned: they are generic users, do not need to access the system as a user and can only access the functions, modules and services that the Administrators and Managers assigned to them.