Queue Access Control
SAFMQ maintains a list of Access Permissions for each Queue created. Actors (User Accounts and Groups) are individually granted or denied the ability to Read from, Write To, Destroy or Change the Security of a Queue. This is performed via the SAFMQ API (and SAFMQ Manager) MQConnection. The Access Control List of permissions for a queue consists of positive rules. If a User or Group is not named in the list it is assumed that the User or Group cannot access the Queue at all.
- Granting the Read permission allows Actors to retrieve data from the queue and remove messages from the queue.
- Granting the Write permission allows Actors to publish data on a queue.
- Granting the Destroy permission allows Actors to remove the queue from the SAFMQ server (and delete its contents).
- Granting the Change Security permission allows Actors to configure the Access Control List of the queue.
By default the creator of the Queue receives full permissions to the Queue upon creation.
SAFMQ Group Security Contexts
SAFMQ User Security Contexts
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