I'm not really an expert on the best way to do this. If you can't figure it
out from the documentation,
try asking the dspace-tech list for advice... that's really the group of
people who know the ins and outs
At 08:45 AM 11/29/2004 -0600, Martin Courtois wrote:
>This is very helpful information, but how would I "set the access
>permissions?" I think I would start here:
>Authorization > Manage an Items Policies > Select an Item
>At this this point, I think I would want to set "Item Policies" to
>Anonymous (so that anyone could view the item record), but set the
>"Bundle Policies" and/or "Bitstream Policies" to Collection_[xx]_Admin,
>for example, if I wanted to restrict viewing the actual item to
>Is this the best way to do this? Thanks,
>Instructional Technology Assistance Center
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>Kansas State University
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>Quoting MacKenzie Smith <kenzie@...>:
> > Hi Thomas,
> > There is a kludgy way to do this manually (you upload a file as
> > required by
> > the submssion process and
> > then delete it again before the last step) or you can do it with the
> > batch
> > loader, but it would be good to
> > consider carefully why you want to do this and if there's a better
> > way...
> > If your goal is just to keep some items from being accessible by the
> > public
> > then you can go ahead and
> > deposit them and just set the access permissions for them accordingly
> > --
> > you don't have to keep them
> > out of the system entirely! That way your collection can stay intact
> > in one
> > place, which will be better
> > for their long-term management and preservation.
> > Best wishes,
> > MacKenzie
> > At 04:01 PM 11/26/2004 +0100, Thomas Eliasson wrote:
> > >Hi all!
> > >
> > >We're evaluating DSpace and we'd like to be able to register a few
> > >publications that should not be available in fulltext in the system.
> > >
> > >The reason is that we'd prefer not to have to set up a second system
> > just
> > >to keep track of publications when there are only a few that should
> > not be
> > >stored in fulltext.
> > >
> > >Is it possible to configure DSpace to accept only metadata without a
> > file
> > >associated? I've searched and searched but found no information on
> > the subject.
> > >
> > >Thanks for your help!
> > >/Thomas
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