Documentum 6.5 compatible
The Trusted Content Services adding security options on the Content Server.
Main security features
|Encrypted file store storage areas
|Any content format except rich media can be encrypted. Encryption protect the content to accessing from the operating system.Standalone and distributed storage area can be encrypted
|Digital Shredding provides a final, complete way of removing content from a storage area.
|Using the addESignature method to implement an electronic signature through the Content Server.The method creates a formal signature page and rendition.
|additional types of entries in an ACL
|• AccessPermit and ExtendedPermit *
• AccessRestriction and ExtendedRestriction
• RequiredGroup and RequiredGroupSet
• ApplicationPermit and ApplicationRestriction
* AccessPermit and ExtendedPermit entries grant the base and extended permissions. Creating, modifying, or deleting AccessPermit and ExtendedPermit entries is supported by all Content Servers.
|Access control enry
|Effect of the entry
|An access restriction entry denies a user the right to the base object-level permission level specified in the entry.
For example, if a user would otherwise have Delete permission as a member of a particular group, an access restriction might limit the user to, at most, Version permission. The user would therefore lose Write and Delete permissions.
|An extended restriction entry denies a user or the members of a specified group the specified extended object-level permission. For example, if a user would otherwise have Change Permission rights as a member of a particular group, an extended restriction would remove that right.
|A required group entry requires a user requesting access to an object governed by the permission set to be a member of the group identified in the entry. If there are entries for multiple groups, the user must be a member of all the groups before Content Server allows access to the object.
|Required Group Set
|A required group set entry requires a user requesting access to an object governed by the permission set to be a member of atleast one group in the set of groups.