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Preferences for Share

The easydb administrator can pre-define profiles for permissions using the Preferences settings. Users have these predefined permissions to share records and folders.

NOTE: Users who do not have the system privilege allow_custom_enabled_in_preset_enabled_acl or root can access access privileges for folders and records from only these predefined permissions and grant them to other users. It is therefore important that these users are set up preferences.

Presets include permissions and, if necessary, tag filters. Which permissions and tags are available depends on the context (folder or record) and after the individual configuration of your easydb.

Overview of possible rights settings in easydb

Set up preferences for sharing (easydb admin)

Preferences

Select Presets from the menu under Compute Management. Then select the context (folder or record) for which a profile with predefined authorizations should be created.

Already created presets are displayed in a list. Use + and - to add new presets or delete existing ones. You can change the order of the presets in the list by drag & drop. The new order is saved immediately, and users are sorted accordingly.

Editor

In the Editor (as in the screenshot above), the newly added or selected existing preset for editing appears.

General

Field Description
ID Automatically assigned by saving easydb.
Name The name of the preset as it appears in the pull-down menu. Multilingual.
Description A description of what the default is. The user sees this description as a tooltip

NOTE: Note that the Save of a new default must have at least the name and an authorization under the Permissions tab.

rights

In the Permissions tab you will find the rights configured for the default setting. You can find the list of rights here.

Permissions

Tag filter

In the Tag filter tab you will find the tag filters configured for the default setting. You can find an explanation of the tag filtershere.

NOTE: Note that here you have access to all tags, but if necessary, by configuring in the object type or pool, fewer tags are available to the Tagfilter apply.

Tagfilter