[pmwiki-users] homepage for users
david.johnson at caldwellfunding.com
Wed Sep 24 14:29:44 CDT 2008
That's a good idea with the conditional on the main homepage. I am not
that familiar with the syntax to do that, actually, so if anyone can
show me how to do that, I would appreciate it. Will php work somehow on
an individual page?
Uh oh. You're right about my duplicate login trouble.... It's happening
because of this:
The way that I access this page is through a DNS alias -> http://it/wiki
The actual URL is -> http://cfc-ct-it01/wiki
Pmwiki is using all the links with the "cfc-ct-it01" as the server... so
when I click one, the URL is completely different than how I logged in.
Is there a way to change the wiki configuration so that the links all
use the alias as the base, instead of the actual servername?
Thanks so much, Tegan. I didn't expect toidentify that second problem
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[mailto:pmwiki-users-bounces at pmichaud.com] On Behalf Of Tegan Dowling
Sent: Wednesday, September 24, 2008 3:14 PM
To: pmwiki-users at pmichaud.com
Subject: Re: [pmwiki-users] homepage for users
On Wed, Sep 24, 2008 at 1:16 PM, David Johnson
<david.johnson at caldwellfunding.com> wrote:
> Hey, everyone.
> I am setting up a pmwiki wiki for our business and I have LDAP
> authentication working. Different departments are going to be using
> wiki and I'm hoping to have them all using the same site, but
> different access. I don't want the Executive group changing any pages
> IT group, for example. Anyway, I have figured out permissions at
least on a
> user basis and I want to make it so certain users or groups of users
> different homepage when they enter the wiki.
Are you familiar with the syntax for conditional stuff? You might
have something on Main/HomePage that says, in essence,
If logged in w the rights to view (or edit) Group1.TestPage1
Then (:redirect Group1.HomePage:)
Else if logged in w the rights to view (or edit) Group2.TestPage2
Might that work? You could even suppress the standard redirection
messages. OR if there's a problem w having multiple redirections on
one page, then maybe you could do something similar, but under tested
conditions, (:include Group1.HomePage:)
> Is it possible for a certain user to have a homepage that is not the
> homepage? If so, how can I make this work for a few different groups
> One other question too. I am, for some reason, needing to log in
> read pages on the wiki. When I first access the wiki, I need to
> authenticates through LDAP and I'm good....for viewing the
> when I click another page, I need to log in again or I can't view it.
> is even true if I click on the link to the homepage I am presently
> That's weird. I'm sure it's a simple thing but does anyone know why I
> need to authenticate twice?
I've experienced something similar -- my hosting setup assumes all
hosted sites have the address syntax http://www.example.com; if one
logs into http://example.com (i.e. without the www), one sees the
behavior you've described -- could that explain it?
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