Database Access Control List (ACL) roles grant access to individual database components, such as forms or views.
You can use ACL
roles to delegate authority for managing specific documents in a database. You can create up to 75 roles in a database. For example, you can assign the roles of UserCreator and UserModifier in the Directory (Address Book) ACL to the administrator who has the responsibility for creating and maintaining Person documents.
ACL roles are optional in most databases. You can choose to rely on a broader access level
and not use roles.
For more information on roles available in important Sametime
® databases, see Roles in Sametime databases ACLs
Parent topic: Database ACL settings