An Ambari Admin must
specify which users and groups can use the View or, on a local cluster, specify permissions
based on cluster roles.
By default, a new View instance has no permissions set. An
Admin can also set permissions other than those required to use a View.
The Views Framework provides a way for view developers to specify custom permissions,
beyond just the default Use permission. If custom permissions are specified, they will show
up in the Ambari Admin interface and the Ambari Admin can set users and groups on these
permissions.View permissions can also be inherited from Cluster roles. If you are using a
Local Cluster for view configuration, you can optionally choose to provide view Use
permission based on cluster roles.
Browse to a view and expand it.
Click the name of the view instance you want to modify.
In the Permissions section, click the Users or
Modify the user and group lists, as appropriate.
Click the check mark to save changes.