Scopes let you specify the exact API permissions your app can have access to in a Seismic tenant.
Scopes are defined in the following format:
- All scopes will start with "seismic"
- The object is the area of the platform that you are going to be interacting with, such as Library, Users, or Reporting
- The permission level is either view for read-only access, or manage for read/write access
- There are a few exceptions noted below that do not contain a view or manage permission level, such as Reporting, Delivery, and Search
Scopes are not intended to override a users defined permissions. For example, a business user cannot upload content to content manager when using an auth token with
Read information about the current user
Manage information about the current user
Read profile and group about all users in the system
Manage profile and group information about any user in the system
Read information about how the system is configured
Manage information about how the system is configured
Access to tenants reporting data
Access to all delivery methods including email, generated livesend links, and custom delivery options.
Read item information and properties about an object. This includes read access to
Manage content, and folders, within a tenant (e.g. add, update, and delete). Manage access inherently includes the
Additional capabilities include:
Read item information and properties about an object. Ability to download content is also included.
Manage content, and folders, within a users workspace (e.g. add, update, and delete). Manage access inherently includes the
Access to search for content in all repositories. This includes read access to information and properties about any object returned. Ability to download content is also included.
Read LiveDoc Express batch and variant information.
Manage LiveDoc Express batch and variant data and execute batch generations.
Read item information and properties about objects in planner. This includes projects, tasks, activity, comments, and custom properties.
Manage projects, tasks, and their item information and properties, including activity, comments, and custom properties.
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