Quick Processor Rights Management

Quick Processor Rights Management

To modify or create a Quick Processor, the user must have both the QuickProcessorModify right and the TopicAccessRead right.

QuickProcessorModify can be assigned for individual connections/environments. In combination with the TopicAccessRead right, which can be assigned at topic level (including wildcard and namespaces), the use of the Quick Processor can be defined for individual topics, namespaces, and environments in a fine-grained manner.

  1. {
  2.     "action": "QuickProcessorModify",
  3.     "effect": "Allow",
  4.     "resource": "*"
  5.   },
  6.   {
  7.     "action": "TopicAccessRead",
  8.     "effect": "Allow",
  9.     "resource": "*:mybusiness.myteam.*"
  10.   }

In the example above, the use of the Quick Processor is granted for all connections and environments in Kadeck, but only for streams beginning with the name mybusiness.myteam.
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