Once VelaUX is installed, there's a built-in administrator user with full access to the system. It is recommended to use the admin user only for the initial configuration, then switch to another user or configure the SSO integration.
The local users/accounts feature serves two main use-cases:
- For the restful API users，it is possible to configure an API account with limited permissions and generate an authentication token. users can use token to communicate with the API to create applications, etc.
- For a very small team where use of SSO integration might be considered an overkill. There could only use local users to authentication.
If the logged-in user has the list user permission, he can switch to the
Platforms/Users page and get the full list of users.
As shown in the picture above， there are user's name、alias, and platform roles in tables. we will record the user's last login time and show it.
New User button, you can open the drawer page for creating a user. you should input some required info, such as the user's name、email, and password. Click the
Create button then complete.
You can click the disable or enable button, it could set the user's status. If a user is disabled, this user can not login.
You can click the reset password button and input a new password then commit it.
For existing users supports updating alias and platform role information. If a user has an empty email, support set a new email.
SSO is our recommended way, please refer to SSO login document.