Enterprise Taxonomy Management

Collaboration

Manage Projects, Users, Groups, and Permissions

Developing Collaborative Spaces

Enterprise taxonomy and ontology initiatives are collaborative exercises often involving numerous stakeholders with different roles and responsibilities. Graphite has a permission model that supports precise control of what different stakeholders can see and what editorial permissions they have.

Users come together to collaborate in a Graphite Project. A Project is a container of one or more taxonomy schemes, users and user-permissions.

Control user permissions to hide, view or edit concepts, relationships and individual property fields

Managing Stakeholder Groups and Roles

Graphite allows role-based user groups to be defined with specific permissions granted to perform whatever tasks each group requires. Following are generic examples.

  • Observer – read-only access to search, browse and view one or more schemes
  • Commenter – view access to one or more schemes and the ability to edit designated fields, such as ‘SME Comments’ and ‘SME Approved’
  • Editor – read-write access to create, edit and delete candidate concepts and their properties and relationships
  • Mapper – permission to make mapping relationships between schemes but not to make editorial changes to schemes themselves
  • Approver – permission to promote candidate concepts to be Approved or Published or to Reject or Withdraw concepts
  • Project Admin – ability to create, version or change the design of schemes and user permissions within a designated Project
  • Super Admin – ability to create, version or change the design of any scheme and any user permissions across the system

Enterprise taxonomy and ontology initiatives are collaborative exercises often involving numerous stakeholders with different roles and responsibilities.

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