In Roles, you can edit the role description, the resource root path and the default layout set related to the role. You can also add and remove resources related to the role. After you have made your changes, click Save to save them. To cancel any changes you have made, click Revert.
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To edit the role description, click the Edit icon above the description field:
A dialog opens. You can bold, italicize and underline the text. You can also add links or link to a view in Solibri:
When you have made the changes, click OK.
The path listed in the Resource Root Path text box is the root folder for resources, and any resources associated with a role must reside in a subfolder of this path:
The path can also be a shared folder on a network drive.
If you edit the default root path, you need to define the target folder structure in a profile.txt file. The file can be found in: C:\Program Files\Solibri\SOLIBRI. For further support in this matter, please contact Solibri Support.
If you need to edit the default resource path, click . A dialog opens. Select the resource folder and click Open.
Each default role has a default layout set, shown in the Default Layout Set field:
You can change the layout set, for example when you are creating a new role (saving an existing role with a new name). To edit the default layout set related to the role, click . A dialog opens:
By default, layouts are saved in the Layout Sets folder. Select the layout file and click Open.
To remove the default layout set, click .
You can edit the rulesets, classifications and ITO definitions related to a role.
To add a new item to the list, click . A dialog opens. Select the file (e.g. a ruleset) and click Open.
To remove an item from the list, click .
The default items, such as rulesets, are marked with a yellow star (). The default resources of a role are selected in their corresponding Open dialogs or loaded automatically, if a default role has been set. To add one of the items on the list to the default set, click , and the star turns yellow.