You can modify the permissions for a set to enable other users to view, edit, or delete the set or to grant permissions on the set to other users. You can assign permissions for the entire set on both manual and dynamic database sets. The permissions assigned at the set level do not apply to the members of the set. For the members of dynamic database sets, you can only assign member-level permissions through database-specific or global permissions. For manual databases sets, however, you can assign member-level permissions for all members of the set.
To assign set-level permissions:
- In the Admin Portal, click Resources, then click Databases to display the list of databases.
- In the Sets section, right-click a set name, then click Modify.
- Click Permissions.
- Click Add to search for and select the users, groups, or roles to which you want to grant set‑specific permissions, then click Add.
- Select the appropriate permissions for each user, group, or role you have added.
- Click Save.