RMurray at about-inc
Mar 12, 2002, 12:29 PM
Post #4 of 5
Nope, i think this is a bug. I'm about to put it in bric-bugzilla, but
RE: Re:[Bricolage-General] permission setup in bric
[In reply to]
first I'll tell ya here.
here're the different scenarios I created:
*Created an 'everythingbut' user, where I gave the user all groups EXCEPT
GlobalAdmin. This user cannot create anything in PUBLISHING under ADMIN
*Created a different 'everythingbut' user, and a new group 'Global
Non-Network Admin', whereby they have CREATE access for everything (and EDIT
access where there's no CREATE choice given). This user still cannot create
anything in PUBLISHING under ADMIN
*Created a 'publishing' user, defined as only having 'publishing group'
access. Still no ability to create anything in the publishing category.
Seems there's a discrepency between what GLOBAL ADMIN can do and what is
actually defined somewhere in the code as to what any other user can do.
Does this make sense?
From: David Wheeler [mailto:david [at] kineticode]
Sent: Tuesday, March 12, 2002 12:07 PM
To: Murray, Rachel
Cc: 'bricolage-general [at] lists'
Subject: RE: Re:[Bricolage-General] permission setup in bric
On Tue, 2002-03-12 at 08:53, Murray, Rachel wrote:
> sorry referring to PUBLISHING under ADMIN, not the publish desk
Okay. I think that the simplest way to get what you want is not to
create a new group, but to simply use the existing groups. Add users you
want to have those permissions to the following groups:
If, OTOH, you still want to use just one group, Just make sure that you
give create permissions to all the groups of objects named for the items
under the PUBLISING menu in the side nav, e.g., "All Categories", "All
Output Channels", "All Elements", etc.
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