This article explains the dynamics of allocating Vendors to Tasks. To learn about Accounts structure, please refer to this article: Accounts and Organizations
The process for allocating Tasks in a project is based on the Vendor links to Organizations and Organization Units. Thus, a Vendor will only be able to be allocated to a Task if it belongs to the Organization or Org Unit to which the project is linked, guaranteeing that there is no security problem characterized by the allocation of a Vendor that should not have access to that content.
Consider the example below to illustrate this dynamic:
In this example, following the hierarchical order, we have:
First tier: Organizations 1 and 2
Second tier: Organizational Units 1, 2, 3 and 4
Third tier: Projects 1, 2, 3 and 4, each with only one Task for simplification
- If Translator A is linked to Org Unit 1 and Organization 2, he can be allocated to Tasks 1, 3 and 4:
- If Translator B is only linked to Organization 2, it can be allocated to Tasks 3 and 4:
- If Translator C is bound to Org Unit 3, it can only be allocated to Task 3:
- If Translator D is linked to Org Unit 2 and Org Unit 4, it can only be allocated to Tasks 2 and 4:
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