[Moin-user] Access Control

agalya at tce.edu agalya at tce.edu
Sat Jul 15 01:52:27 EDT 2006

> On Thu, 2006-07-13 at 11:08 +0000, charanya15 at hotmail.com wrote:
>> i want to create a page which is immutable for all the users and another
>> subpage within that which is editable by everyone.The immutable page
>> should
>> be editable only for the administrators.I had gone through the page
>> HelpOnAccessControl but am not able to make out how to implement my
>> requirement.I want to know how to add the pagenames in the acl command
>> and
>> how to indicate which users can edit or not edit that page.Can anyone
>> give a
>> clear idea about this....
> The acl directive
> #acl SomeUser:read,write All:
> can be used on any page.  It overrides the default ACL which is set in
> the config file (variable acl_rights_default).
> You do not need to add a pagename into the ACL directive because it only
> applies to the page it is on.
> What you may want to do is set the default ACL to allow "All:read,write"
> and then on any page you want to be immutable, put the directive
> #acl AdminUser:read,write,admin All:read
> What is the setting of acl_rights_default and acl_rights_before in your
> wiki?  If your wiki is visible on the internet, perhaps  we can take a
> look at what you're trying to do.
> Robert.

this helped us.Thank you.Now acl works perfectly.

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