Restricting Access to the /public Container
The /public container (located under the top-level root container) is available by default in FlowForce Server. It acts as a location accessible to any FlowForce Server user and a location where any FlowForce Server user can store their data, without any predefined permissions. Therefore, by default, the /public container has the following permissions.
Default permissions of the /public container
This means that, by default, any FlowForce Server user who is member of the authenticated role can do the following:
•Add, modify, and delete objects inside the /public container (namely, jobs, credentials, or other containers)
•Reuse any credentials available in the /public container
•Access as a Web service any job located in the /public container, provided that the job was configured to be available as a Web service
•Refer to any function available in the /public container
•Read the permissions assigned to the /public container
|Note:||These permissions may also be inherited by any containers that are children of the /public container. Normally, any new container inherits the permissions of the parent container; however, permissions may have been overridden by the root user, or by other users with relevant privileges.|
You can restrict access to the /public container, if required. Note, however, that the job configuration examples included in this documentation assume the existence of the /public container.
To restrict access to the /public container:
1.Revoke permissions on this container from the authenticated role (see Setting Container Permissions).
3.Assign to the new role only the required permissions (again, see Setting Container Permissions).