Roles and domains can enable access to features within applications to a more granular and specific level than what client capability provides. For example, Webtop gives priority to roles over client capability. Further, custom roles can be created and used in Webtop via customization. Webtop recognizes roles named
consumer, contributor, coordinator, and
administrator. Custom roles can contain these roles and these roles can contain custom roles as well. Web Publisher contains these roles, by default
wcm_content_author_role, wcm_content_manager_role, wcm_web_developer_role, and
As with client capability, roles and domains have meanings to client applications only and the Content Server does not assign any special ...