Differences

This shows you the differences between two versions of the page.

Link to this comparison view

Both sides previous revision Previous revision
Last revision Both sides next revision
en:access_matrix [2017/09/01 17:22]
tim
en:access_matrix [2017/09/07 20:39]
sylvain
Line 1: Line 1:
-FIXME **This page is not fully translated, yet. Please help completing the translation.**\\ //(remove this paragraph once the translation is finished)//+====== Prerequisites ======
  
-====== Prerequistes ====== +  ​To have the permission ''​Manage access matrix''​.
- +
-  ​Have the permission ​to ''​Manage access matrix''​.+
  
 ====== Introduction ====== ====== Introduction ======
-FIXME 
-Beside the classical ​ access rights management sorted by users or groups of users, Lena offers you the opportunity to use a access matrix. The idea is for you to regroup folders by categories and to use a double entrance table with: 
-  * in lines, users or group of users 
-  * in columns, folder categories 
  
-You can then define at every intersection (line/​column) ​the user/​group ​of users access rights ​for this category of folders. +Besides ​the classical management ​of right accesses by users/groups, these can be handled in Lena through an access ​matrix. The idea is to group folders in categories and manage the rights ​in a double entry table with: 
-Advantages associated ​with this function are quite a few+  * in rows, users or group of users; 
-  * You can manage access rights ​in one go for certain ​users for certain type of documents +  * in columns, ​folder ​categories.
-  * Don't forget to define rights for certain "​couples"​ (users/ ​folder ​category) +
-  * Have an overview of the access rights concerning multiple users and folders all at once.+
  
-====== Affectation de catégories aux dossiers ====== Assignment ​of categories to folders ​+And then define at every intersection (row/​column) the access right of the user/group for this category of folders. There are a number of benefits in doing so: 
 +  * all the access rights for the selected users/​groups and categories ​can be managed in one place; 
 +  * it is easier ​to not forget any user/​category access right definition;​ 
 +  * a large number of users/​groups and folders ​access rights can be checked in a single view.
  
-Place your pointer on the given folder, right click and select ​''​Manage access matrix''​.+====== Assign categories to folders ====== 
 + 
 +Place your pointer on folder, right click -> ''​Manage access matrix''​.
  
 {{ ctx_menu_manage_access.png?​500 }} {{ ctx_menu_manage_access.png?​500 }}
  
-In the section ''​Who can access'', ​chose ''​Assign a folder category''​ :+\\  
 +In the section ''​Who can access'', ​choose ​''​Assign a folder category'':​
  
 {{ assign_category.png?​700 }} {{ assign_category.png?​700 }}
  
-Start typing a category name. If the wanted ​category already exists, the auto-completion will give you the corresponding results (Enter to validate), otherwise a new category will be created: ​+Start typing a category name. If the category already exists, the auto-completion will suggest ​the corresponding results (Enter to validate), otherwise a new category will be created: ​
  
 {{ add_category_autocomplete.png }} {{ add_category_autocomplete.png }}
  
-The new category is then added, do not forget to press ''​Save'' ​in order to apply your modifications.+\\ 
 +The new category is then added, do not forget to press ''​Save''​ to apply your modifications.
  
 {{ categories_changed.png?​700 }} {{ categories_changed.png?​700 }}
Line 37: Line 36:
 ====== Access Matrix ====== ====== Access Matrix ======
  
-To manage the access rights by category, click on the task bar icon and then on the ''​Manage''​ icon: +To manage the access rights by category, click on the Lena icon in the taskbar ​then on the ''​Manage''​ icon: 
  
 {{ manage.gif }} {{ manage.gif }}
  
-Then click on the ''​Access matrix''​ icon on the menu situated ​on the left+Then click on the ''​Access matrix''​ icon on the left-hand side:
- +
  
 +FIXME  Article to be completed.