[whups] Assigning permissions

Jan Schneider jan at horde.org
Tue Feb 7 13:56:33 PST 2006

Zitat von Jason Dixon <jason at dixongroup.net>:

> On Feb 7, 2006, at 2:40 PM, Chuck Hagenbuch wrote:
>> Quoting Jason Dixon <jason at dixongroup.net>:
>>> I think that seeing only a single checkbox with no description
>>> next to
>>> it (for Assign/Update) was confusing me, until I realized that it was
>>> just a boolean choice.  Versus the Edit page, which allows you to
>>> Show/Read/Edit/Delete.
>>> Speaking of which, is it described in the docs anywhere what each of
>>> those permissions actually do?  For example, how do Show and Read
>>> differ?  Does Edit allow a user to add comments, or actually
>>> update the
>>> ticket (change state, priority, etc)?  I don't see a "ticket delete"
>>> button, so what does that really let you do?
>> Only admins can delete tickets. The rest is a little obscure in that
>> Edit for an authenticated user means they can update the ticket, for a
>> guest it just means creating tickets and commenting.
> Ah, context.  You should be a perl programmer.  ;-)
> Can you clarify the difference between Show and Read?  I suspect that
> Show gives a user the ability to search for tickets and view the
> results, but they would need Read permissions to view the history.

That's at least how it should be.


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