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User Types

anyLogistix Professional Server is a multi-user version. The data on all the available users is stored within the anyLogistix database.

Though multiple users can be using anyLogistix Professional Server at the same time, there can be only one user in a project. Once a user enters a project, it becomes occupied.

The main user types are Administrator and User.


Administrator has access to the Control Panel only. It does not require a license, since It has no access to the anyLogistix interface. Administrator sets up, installs the application and Team License Server, provides access to the application, and manages users.

Administrator can:

  • Create projects, revoke and share access to projects, cancel / assign project ownerships, log out a user from a project.
  • Create new users, edit user profiles, end user sessions, delete users.
  • Stop all / specific processes started by any user in any project.
  • Assign and revoke licenses.


A user has access to anyLogistix interface with all features required to develop and optimize supply chains.

A user can be an owner of a project and a guest in someone else's project.


The owner's name is marked with the icon. A user can become an owner of a project if:

  • This user created a project.
  • This user was assigned as an owner to someone else's project.

As an owner a user can:

  • Revoke and share access to owned projects, rename projects, cancel personal project ownership, log out a user from a project, delete owned projects.

    Deleting a project is possible only if it is not occupied and has no running processes.

  • Create scenarios, and work with the scenarios created by this user in the owned project or someone else's project this user has access to as a guest.

    An owner can export, convert, close, open, delete scenarios created by the guest users.

  • Stop all / specific processes started by the owner or any guest user in the owned projects.


A guest is a user that is working in someone else's project.

The rights of a guest are restricted to supply chain developing only.

A guest user can:

  • Create and work with all open scenarios of this project (here also belong scenarios created by the project owner and other guests).

    A guest user can export or convert scenarios created by other users in the non-owned projects this user has access to, but a guest user cannot close, open, delete scenarios created by other users.

  • Run and stop experiments (even if they were started by other users, including the owner).
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