[sesha] How to allow non-admin users to add stock
Manilal K M
libregeek at gmail.com
Thu Jun 1 22:49:12 PDT 2006
On 01/06/06, Chuck Hagenbuch <chuck at horde.org> wrote:
> Quoting Manilal K M <libregeek at gmail.com>:
> >>> Sorry, I have missed the sub-permissions. Now all authenticated users
> >>> can add stock. But it poses another problem: Every user can change
> >>> the Properties and category settings. This cannot be allowed to all
> >>> users. My intention was just to permit the authenticated users to add
> >>> the stock. I think some sort of hack is needed for this, right? if so
> >>> can I modify it and send it to the list?
> >> Sure.
> > I will then modify the config section to make this possible and send
> > it at the earliest. Thanks for your reply.
> Much more likely to be committed if your changes add a new
> sub-permission (Add Stock, or some such) instead of a config file
I tried to explore such a feature(sub-permission), but failed. that is
why I opted to modify the config file of Sesha. Could you point some
links from which I could start with.
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