Continuing discussion from What Enterprises can a User create:
When a new Enterprise is created, a number of E2E links are automatically set-up, to simplify the most common set-up arrangements for Hubs (where they take responsibility for creating producer profiles and distributor hubs). This also allows for an easier transition process, for example if/when a Producer that was set up by a Hub wants to take on independent management of their Enterprise the right permissions will be in place for them to continue working with the initiating Hub.
I own a hub and have an enterprise limit >1
I create a new enterprise that is NOT a 'producer’
- This new enterprise is type ‘ANY’ by default
- This new enterprise is automatically granted P-OC and P-VO from any Producer profiles which I also own.
- This new enterprise has automatically granted P-OC status to all hubs owned by the same user.
*This means that the new hub can add existing producers, owned by the user, to order cycles and perform variant over rides. It also mean the existing hub can add the new hub to order cycles.
I create a new enterprise that IS a 'producer’
- This new enterprise is type ‘NONE’ by default
- This new enterprise has automatically granted P-OC and P-VO to all hubs that I own (excluding profile only hubs, with ‘none’ status).
- There are no E2E links formed between this profile and other producer profiles I own.
*This means that any of the Owners existing hubs can add the new producer to order cycles, and perform variant overrides. These can be manually upgraded/downgraded if/as neccessary.
These permissions then affect how the new Enterprise can be used in Order Cycles, more info here.
- If a Manager creates an Enterprise, no auto-E2E links are created. Should they be?