Getting started

Manage users and permissions

Once a Platform 6 instance is created, its first user can assign new users to it. By default, he already has access to the menu entry Administration.

But before he adds a new user, he needs to create a set of permissions on the instance.

A permission is a string of characters structured as follows: feature=action. It allows the user to perform an action on a feature.

It is assigned to a user on a specific instance. Thus if a user, assigned to the instances A and B, has the permission a, for instance, A, he won’t have it for instance B.

Read section Manage permissions to see how to create a set of permissions.

A user is defined by his address email and he has access, according to his permissions, to some of his instance’s features.

A user can be assigned to different instances with the same credentials.

Follow the guide Manage users to create new users and to assign them permissions.

Platform 6 built-in services

  • Home
  • Messages
  • Work Items
  • Organisations
  • Tables: edit and visualize the cross-references tables.
  • Reports: represent graphically invoices data.
  • Scripts: develop and execute scripts.
  • Routes: manage the lifecycle of routing rules.
  • Routing Orders: manage the routing orders.
  • Data Models: validate the structure of XML files.
  • Stripe Payment: charge customers online.
  • Applications
  • Bundled resources
  • Charges

Platform 6 DSL

You’ll find in the DSL guide details about the mini-language developed for the operation and the control of the Platform 6 instances.

Platform 6 bus API

You’ll find in the Common message bus API how to send a specific message to a deployed built-in Platform 6 service.

Platform 6 additional tools