I just tested Tomcat 4.0.6 standalone without
and non-administrators can submit to collections. The
requirement is that the user must be in a group with
permission to a collection.
To test this, I
1) created a 'Test Community'
2) created a 'Test Collection' (id=10)
4) created a group collection_10_add
6) added policy 'anonymous' READ to 'Test Collection'
7) added policy 'collection_10_add' ADD to 'Test
8) Then tried to log in, clicked 'click here to
9) Gave my email address, went to email and clicked on register
10)Got back onto DSpace, chose submit, logged in and
Good luck - either something is wrong and the EPerson
logging in, or the ADD permission isn't set.
We have installed a
pilot version of DSpace on our intranet.
For testing purposes
it is running with Tomcat 4.0.6 WITHOUT Apache and
WITHOUT Client certificates.
We have set up some
test sequences in order to try to understand the authorisation
The ADMIN user
interface is easy to use and it is quite self explanatory, however relating to
the authorisation I have at least one very specific
Can anyone tell us,
what is reuired in order to give an egroup access to
submit articles to a
We have tried the
Create a new
collection called Working papers without workflows
access to read.
Give read, write,
add, remove, delete access to a group called Submitters
AS adminsistrator this
can be done without any problem... But should only administrators be able to
currently troubleshooting the problem, and looking in all directions, but if
someone could help point us in the right direction it would be greatly