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Changes between Version 6 and Version 7 of AccessControl


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05/12/12 16:48:28 (7 years ago)
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sebastian
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Update access rights for 2.2

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  • AccessControl

    v6 v7  
    11[[PageOutline]] 
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    3 The access controll to the media is a core feature of phTagr. Each media can be public, visible for users, for group members, or only for you. So it depends which visibility your give to your media and which privacy you assign to your images.  
     3At the web gallery phTagr the user can configure who can see and change what of its media. There are different access levels, the group based access, and different read and write rights. All these give a very powerful control about your media. 
    44 
    5 If this sounds to advanced for you, read FirstSteps. 
     5See also GroupAccess, GuestAccount, UserRoles 
    66 
    7 [[Image(http://demo.phtagr.org/media/thumb/17, link=http://demo.phtagr.org/images/view/17)]] 
     7= Access Level = 
    88 
    9 So we have an awsome picture of a car with the funny badge '''[http://www.gimp.org GI:MP 1]'''. If anyone should see it you select [[Image(http://photos.phtagr.org/img/icons/key.png)]] at the image and select ''Everyone'' at the form question ''Who can view the image?'' and save it.  
     9phTagr has four different access levels 
    1010 
    11 [[Image(http://demo.phtagr.org/media/thumb/29, link=http://demo.phtagr.org/images/view/29)]] 
     11 Public:: 
     12  The right is granted to everyone, including anonymous visitor or web crawler 
     13 Users:: 
     14  The right is granted to every user account of the gallery (excluding guest accounts) 
     15 Group Members:: 
     16  The right is granted to a group member of the media. See Group Base Access. 
     17 Private:: 
     18  No right is granted except media owner or admin account. 
     19 
     20== Group Based Access == 
     21 
     22The most complex right level is the level for group members which models the group based access. Every user account (including guest account) can be part of a group. Also a media can be assigned one or more groups. If the user-group and group-media relation matches through a group, the media right is granted to the user. So user and media must have the same access group to grant access. 
     23 
     24= Access Rights = 
     25 
     26At the web gallery phTagr you set different read and write levels to your media. The read right and the write right can be assigned per access level. E.g. an photo can be denied by the public, users can see only the preview and group members can view the original size. For the write level tags can only be modified by group members. 
     27 
     28== Read Rights == 
     29 
     30 * Deny read 
     31 * Allow only preview size of the media (up to 1280px sized media) 
     32 * Allow view of original size and download of the media 
     33 
     34== Write Rights == 
     35 
     36 * Deny any modification 
     37 * Allow tag changes including add and removing 
     38 * Allow all meta data change including categories, location, and gps coordinates 
     39 
     40= Change Access Rights = 
     41 
     42You can change the access rights per photo or per batch action in the explorer.  
     43  
     44 1. Select 'My Photos' 
     45 1. Select key icon ([[Image(http://photos.phtagr.org/img/icons/key.png)]]) at media you like to change the access right  
     46 1. Change your access right  
     47 1. Change your media group, if desired 
     48 
     49[[Image(http://demo.phtagr.org/media/thumb/342, link=http://demo.phtagr.org/images/view/342, title=Explorer of My Photos)]] [[Image(http://demo.phtagr.org/media/thumb/343, link=http://demo.phtagr.org/images/view/343, title=Change access rights of a single media)]] 
     50 
     51You can change the access level following properties: 
     52 
     53 - Read preview size (Who can view the image?) 
     54 - Read original size (Who can download the image?) 
     55 - Modify the media tags (Who can edit tags?) 
     56 - Modify other meta data (Who can edit all meta data?) 
     57 
     58Click 'Save' to store your changes. 
     59 
     60Alternatively, you can preview a single photo and select the tab 'Access Right' to change the access right 
     61 
     62[[Image(http://demo.phtagr.org/media/thumb/345, link=http://demo.phtagr.org/images/view/345, title=Change access rights of in preview view)]] 
     63== Batch changes == 
     64 
     65You can change the access right of multiple media at once.  
     66 
     67 1. Select 'My Photos' 
     68 1. Select all media you like to change with the plus sign ([[Image(http://photos.phtagr.org/img/icons/add.png)]]). The background of a selected image becomes highlighted. 
     69 1. Click on 'Edit Access Right' on explorer's top bar 
     70 1. Change your access right 
     71 1. Change your media group, if desired. You can remove a media group by prefixing a minus. E.g. -grpFamily will remove the group grpFamily from all selected media. 
     72 1. Click 'Save' to store your changes 
     73 
     74[[Image(http://demo.phtagr.org/media/thumb/344, link=http://demo.phtagr.org/images/view/344, title=Access change for multiple media)]] 
     75 
     76Example: We have an awesome picture of a car with the funny badge '''[http://www.gimp.org GI:MP 1]'''. If anyone should see it you select [[Image(http://photos.phtagr.org/img/icons/key.png)]] at the image and select ''Everyone'' at the form question ''Who can view the image?'' and save it.  
    1277 
    1378If only a registered user should view your sunset picture you select ''Users'' for ''Who can view the image?'' instead.  
    1479 
    15 Multiple grants can be done by selecting image by image and change the access rights at the bottom form. 
     80[[Image(http://demo.phtagr.org/media/thumb/17, link=http://demo.phtagr.org/images/view/17, title=Public cool car badge)]] [[Image(http://demo.phtagr.org/media/thumb/29, link=http://demo.phtagr.org/images/view/29, title=Only visible for users)]] 
    1681 
    17 phTagr allows also to control the write access to the media. Eg. if a image can be tagged by everyone, users, group members or only you. 
     82= Check Access Rights = 
    1883 
    19 = Group Based Access = 
     84You can add 'visibility' filter to you current media in the media explorer. Type 'visibility' to your filter and select your desired access level from 'private', 'group', 'user', and 'public'. Or you can filter by a specific group by clicking on a group below an image. 
    2085 
    21 phTagr uses a group based access schema. The media is bound to a specific user and can be assigned to a specific group, too. 
    22  
    23 Below the image the image description box has a line with ''Access''. It shows (maybe) a group name and than three different values separated with a comma. Eg. ''grpVacation mo,tv,v''. The three different values shows the access level for group members, users, and the public. The following abbreviations are: 
    24  
    25  v:: 
    26    View preview size 
    27  o:: 
    28    Full size and download of original file 
    29  t:: 
    30    Edit tags only 
    31  m:: 
    32    Edit all MetaData 
    33  -:: 
    34    No access granted 
    35  
    36 So ''grpVacation mo,tv,v'' means:  
    37  
    38  * The group members of the group ''grpVacation'' can see the original file and can edit all MetaData.  
    39  * A phTagr user can edit the tags and can see the image 
    40  * A anonymous visitor can see the image but cant change the MetaData or tag. 
    41  
    42 And ''grpParty vt,v,-'' means: 
    43  
    44  * The group members of the group ''grpParty'' can see the image (in preview size, but not original size) and can edit the tags.  
    45  * A phTagr user can see the image but cant change the MetaData or tag. 
    46  * A anonymous visitor is not granted to see the media. 
    47  
    48 Maybe following drawing has more than 1000 words and can describe the group based access and the UserRoles: 
    49  
    50 [[Image(http://www.phtagr.org/wp-content/uploads/2007/10/phtagracl.png)]] 
    51  
    52 See also GroupAccess, UserRoles, GuestAccount, MetaData 
     86[[Image(http://demo.phtagr.org/media/thumb/347, link=http://demo.phtagr.org/images/view/347, title=Visibility filter for user access level)]] 
     87[[Image(http://demo.phtagr.org/media/thumb/349, link=http://demo.phtagr.org/images/view/349, title=Visibility filter for group access level with group restriction)]] 
    5388 
    5489= Default Access Rights = 
    5590 
    56 If you import new media its a petty to assign every time the same initial access rights. For this reason you can set your prefered rights in your preferences. These settings are applied on every new imported media. 
     91If you import new media its a petty to assign every time the same initial access rights. For this reason you can set your preferred rights in your preferences. These settings are applied on every new imported media. 
    5792 
    58  * Goto '''preferences''' 
    59  * Goto '''Access Rights''' 
     93 * Goto '''Dashboard''' 
     94 * Goto '''Account Settings''' 
     95 * Goto '''Import Options''' 
     96 
     97[[Image(http://demo.phtagr.org/media/thumb/346, link=http://demo.phtagr.org/images/view/346, title=Import options for new media)]]