Add a developer

Adding a user or group as a developer allows the developer to create and change applications.

Before you begin

  • Role required: admin or application administrator

    If Application administration is enabled, only an application administrator of the target application can delegate developers to an application. If application administration is not enabled, an admin user can delegate developers.

  • Records required:
    • Application
    • User
    • Group


  1. Navigate to System Applications > Applications.
  2. Click the application name of the application to which you want to add developers.
    The system opens the application record.
  3. Click Manage Developers.
    The system displays the Developer Permissions window.
  4. Select the type of developer you want to create.
    Developers To add individual users as developers.
    Groups To add all members of a group as developers.
  5. In developer name or developer group name, enter the name of the user or group you want to grant developer permissions.
  6. Select permissions for the developer.
    Table 1. Developer permissions
    Permission Description
    All File Types Grants the developer access to all application file types including some not granted by the other options.
    Integrations Grants the developer access to web service APIs, REST APIs, and data sources.
    Reporting Grants the developer access to reports and scheduled reports.
    Workflow Grants the developer access to the Workflow Editor and Activity Creator.
    Service Catalog Grants the developer access to catalog related file types such as catalog items, record producers, and variables.
    Flow Designer Grants the developer access to the Flow Designer design environment to create flows and actions. Script action steps require the Allow Scripting permission.
    Service Portal Grants the developer access to Service Portal editors and tools.
    Tables & Forms Grants the developer access to model and layout related file types such as table columns, form layout, and list layout.
    Manage ACLs & Roles Grants the developer access to security-related file types such as access controls and user roles.
    Allow Scripting Grants the developer write access to script fields such as those in business rules, client scripts, and Flow Designer script action steps.
  7. Click Save.
    The system creates and assigns the developer roles to the application.