moto at kawasaki3
Nov 23, 2011, 5:46 PM
Post #3 of 3
Thank you very much for your reply.
> You might want to take a look at the following site:
> Granting specific read and write access is easily accomplished per
> Wiki page, and even per version of said wiki page.
Yes, this seems what I am looking for. I'll dive and try it.
> I am a little confused on the 'same time' statement. I am assuming
> you mean, everyone receives one link, but if a person is not
> authenticated, they see a different wiki page? That I am not sure is
> possible. Non-authenticated users would simply see a permissions
> based error.
> That might be some vhost authentication adjustment in the Apache
> configuration. But even then... I am trying to think how I would do
> that... and I am drawing a blank.
Uh, let me say it again. in short, no they don't see different pages.
and It is ok to see an error page.
Suppose I am running Trac on a server, https://tracsite/ .
Then, I have Wiki pages under https://tracsite/wiki/ .
Now, I have two levels of Wiki contents.
One is for everybody who comes to this site, including 'anonymous'
users, under https://tracsite/wiki/panphlet/ and below.
The other is for core members, thus limited to the 'authenticated'
users only, under https://tracsite/wiki/details/ and below.
Anonymous users should be able to browse .../wiki/ and
.../wiki/panphlet/ (including subdirectories) , but NOT to access
Authenticated users can browse .../wiki/ and .../wiki/panphlet/ and
.../wiki/details/ (inc. sub-dir).
Again, Thank you very much!
I'll try 'Fine Grained Permissions.'
moto kawasaki <moto [at] kawasaki3>
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