[pmwiki-users] Group auth. Problem

Mirco Dunker Mirco.Dunker at gmx.de
Wed Feb 3 04:04:03 CST 2010

Hi Hans, 

thank you, my problem was that I didn't have realized that I can type in an id tag into a so called password field.


-------- Original-Nachricht --------
> Datum: Wed, 3 Feb 2010 09:48:13 +0000
> Von: Hans <design5 at softflow.co.uk>
> An: "Mirco Dunker" <mirco.dunker at gmx.de>
> CC: pmwiki-users at pmichaud.com
> Betreff: Re: [pmwiki-users] Group auth. Problem

> Wednesday, February 3, 2010, 9:11:26 AM, Mirco Dunker wrote:
> > The 3 other groups should only be used by the both user in the
> > following way: groupA for userA, groupB for userB and groupC for
> > both. My problem is that I didn’t find a possibility to restrict
> > groups by user. I can only restrict a group with a global password
> > by using the groups attribute page
> > (groupA.GroupAttributes?action=attr). 
> > How can I define that a group can only be “used” (means viewed,
> edited,….) by a special user?
> You need to set this in the group's GroupAttribute page
>  (groupA.GroupAttributes?action=attr)
> There is no other place to this, you can't do it in config.php or in
> a central wiki page.
> In the attribute form set each of the attributes (view, edit, etc.)
> to the relevant user ids, like id:userA
> or as a list, like id:userA,userB
> On the page SiteAdmin.AuthUser you can also 'group' users, creating
> account groups (different from wiki page groups!)
> like
> @editors: userA, userB
> Basically you are creating a kind of alias, which you then can use in
> the attribute fields (action=attr) of a Group's GroupAttribute page,
> entering for instance in the 'edit' field there: @editors
> hope this helps.
>   ~Hans

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