Roles and access rights
All role and access management is done through the members tab in the corporation management window.
A pilot can access the role management tab under the members tab in the corporation management window as shown below.
To have access to this tab a pilot will need to be the CEO of a corporation, have the director role or have one or more grantable roles assigned to them.
The View drop-down menu allows a pilot to set the view to roles, grantable roles or titles. The Type drop-down menu will allow a pilot to set the view to display General (roles, grantable roles and titles), Station Service (station service roles) and a selection of different views for access rights for wallet divisions, hangars and containers.
To assign a role, grantable role or a title to a member of a corporation, the checkbox in the correct column and in their name’s row should be checked. Then the save changes button needs to be pressed at least once to apply any changes made. Please note that even if a box for a particular role is not checked for a pilot, that pilot may still have that role assigned through a title.
Description of all Roles, Grantable Roles, Station Service Roles and Access Rights is available at the end of this article.
A pilot with a grantable role is able to assign that role to another member of their corporation. For example, if a pilot has the accountant grantable role, that pilot can give other members of the corporation the accountant role. The same pilot does not necessarily have to have the Accountant role, but can be given at the pilot's leisure.
Access rights control how a pilot interacts with a corporation’s hangar and wallet divisions. Some roles will require certain access rights to be set properly in order to be able to perform some of their functions. More details on each type of access right can be found at the end of this document.
Titles are a pre-created set of roles and access rights that can be assigned to a pilot. A CEO or a director in a corporation can access title management through the Corporation Management window under the members tab just like role management. Clicking on a title in the name column will allow a CEO or director to rename that title. Checking the checkbox in the same row as a title will assign the role or access right associated with that column to that title. The Type drop-down menu can be used to navigate through the various roles, station service roles, grantable roles and access rights. Once title rights have been set up and saved, they may be assigned to a pilot through the role management tab by selecting titles from the view drop-down menu.
General Role Types
Grants full access to all corporation wallet divisions which are assigned to the accountant. An accountant can also insure corporation owned ships, pay corporation and alliance bills, view the corporation transaction logs and search corporation assets.
Grants access to the Auditing tab in the corporation management window under the members tab.
Grants the right to send EVE mails to your corporation and alliance, and allows you to create corporation and alliance calendar events.
Allows a corporation member to anchor, unanchor and rename items in space that are not starbase structures. This includes most types of secure containers and the like. Also required to unlock items in containers located in corporate hangars.
Config Starbase Equipment
Allows a corporation member to anchor, unanchor, online and offline all starbase structures owned by the corporation. A member with this role can also manage control towers through their interface and will receive warning mails if structures are under attack or if a tower is low on fuel. This role also allows a pilot to anchor Territorial Claim Units, Sovereignty Blockade Units and Industrial Hubs on behalf of his corporation.
Allows a contract manager to create and accept contracts on behalf of their corporations.
Allows a corporation member to set or alter standings towards other players, corporations or alliances.
Full access to everything and essentially has every role imaginable. May set up a general vote. May start or retract alliance wide wars if the director is a member of the executor corporation in an alliance. Directors can set the desired reinforcement exit time for Industrial Hubs. Directors can transfer the ownership of a Territorial Control Unit to a different corporation within the same alliance. Can grant any individual role or grantable role but cannot make other members Directors.
Can save ship fittings as corporate fittings.
Can view information regarding alliance bills. Can view offices, impounded items, property and deliveries through the starmap. Can access the deliveries hangar and can view the insurance information on corporation insured ships. Can also insure ships from master wallet even if they don't have access assigned to that wallet.
Can view the applications tab in the corporation management window under the members tab. Can accept or decline applications from new members. Receives an EVE_mail when someone applies for membership in the corporation.
Starbase Defense Operator
Can operate starbase defenses manually with the required skills.
Starbase Fuel Technician
Can by default view and access all starbase structures, but not remove items from them. Can view the Structure, Fuel and Production tabs on control towers. Note that each individual structure may be configured with stricter access to prevent Starbase Fuel Technicians to access or view them as desired.
Station Service Role Type
This role is necessary, but not sufficient, for starting corp R&D or manufacturing jobs - i.e. any jobs involving blueprints that are located in corp hangars. These actions also require the roles Rent Research Slot and Rent Factory Slot respectively.
This role also allows access to the Corp Blueprints and Corp Jobs sections of the S&I window. As such, factory managers can use it to:
Rent Factory Slot
Can view corporation blueprints through the S&I interface just like a factory manager. Can install production jobs, but only if he has the factory manager station service role as well.
Rent Research Slot
Same as rent factory slot station role, but applies to research jobs instead.
Can rent an office in a station. This does not require any special wallet access.
Can view the personal hangars of any members of the corporation where the corporation has an office and the security officer is docked in. Can retrieve passwords on secure containers owned by the corporation. Can deliver items from his own or corporation hangars to other corporation members.
Can access the management panel for outposts belonging to the corporation. Allows a pilot to install infrastructure upgrades into an Industrial Hub anchored by the corporation.
Can buy and sell on behalf of his corporation with those wallet divisions he has access to. Can view the corporation wallet transaction log. Can access the corporation deliveries hangar.
Access Right Types
Wallet Divisions – Accounting (Divisional)
Checking a box for a particular wallet division for a pilot will allow that pilot to take ISK from that wallet division or otherwise use that wallet division as per his other roles.
A pilot can have either a query right or a take right from a hangar division. Having a take right automatically gives a pilot the query right as well. With a query right a pilot can view anything in that hangar division, but can not take anything or otherwise interact with the items there. With the take right the pilot will have full unrestricted access to that hangar and may take items from there as he pleases except audit log containers (see container take rights below). A pilot with take rights can still open such containers, just not move them to his own hangar. Hangar access rights are divided into Headquarters, Based At and Other.
Rights set for headquarters will only be in effect for the office which is designated as the corporation headquarters.
Rights set for Based At will only be in effect for the office which the pilot is listed as being based at.
Rights set for 'Other' will be in effect at all offices the corporation owns that do not fall under either Based At or Headquarters. 'Other' access is also required to view/take items from divisional hangars in starbase structures and capital industrial ship's corporate hangar arrays, in addition to any other roles that may be required for individual structures.
This access right will allow a pilot to remove audit log containers or any other container types from a corporation hangar he has access to. Without this role that pilot will receive an error message when he attempts to do so. Note that the pilot in question will still be able to open the container and access items in it if they have the hangar take access right to that hangar. - Unless of course, the take rights are restricted any further by audit log container configuration settings.
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