Yes, that's right. The use case would have to call for no visibility
except to system administrators so only useful in cases where
the content really shouldn't be seen by anyone. I told you it was
a hack... but it might point the way to how to generalize this
behavior to work with the access rules.
At 08:29 AM 4/27/2006 +1000, Scott Yeadon wrote:
>Though that would make the bitstreams invisible to all users, not just the
>MacKenzie Smith wrote:
>>Well there is a way now, but it's a horrible hack.
>>If you assign these documents a new, invented format type and then register
>>that type in the DSpace format registry with the "internal" option checked,
>>then they shouldn't appear in the item display... we considered doing that
>>for preservation master files when we only wanted to the delivery copy to
>>appear to users, but in the end we decided it was too kludgy to live with.
>>You could decide differently...
>>At 03:04 PM 4/26/2006 +1000, Scott Yeadon wrote:
>>>DSpace doesn't currently allow you to completely lock out items from
>>>view. You would need to make modifications to make items and collections
>>>From: =?iso-8859-1?Q?Lorena_Casta=F1eda?= <lcastane@...>
>>>Date: Mon, 24 Apr 2006 16:41:52 -0500
>>>Subject: [Dspace-tech] Private collections nos visible for regular users
>>>This is a multi-part message in MIME format.
>>>Ive been reading that dspace doesn=92t allow me to hide documents =
>>>private, that all I can do is just control de access to it. But I have =
>>>hope that some one could tell me if there is a way to hide those =
>>>get them invisible for unauthorized users.=20
>>>Lorena Casta=F1eda Bueno
>>>Direcci=F3n de Servicios y Recursos de Informaci=F3n
>>>Universidad Icesi <http://www.icesi.edu.co/>=20