Ok no worries - I'll have a play and follow up in 2 weeks.
I seem to have sussed the ACL when using CategoryGroups
On 23/10/2007, Reini Urban <email@example.com> wrote:
2007/10/20, Alastair Weller <firstname.lastname@example.org
> I sent this message a few days ago - but it hasn't shown up on the
> sourceforge.net Email Archive.
> Is the mailing list playing up and does anyone know how to use DB for group
I would know, but I'm for the next two weeks on holidays. Sorry.
> ---------- Forwarded message ----------
> From: Alastair Weller
> Date: 17 Oct 2007 18:47
> Subject: Re: [Phpwiki-talk] User Authentication
> To: "Discussion on PhpWiki features, bugs, development."
> I've tried using the CategoryGroup page, and I can get the groups to appear
> in the setacl page - but I can't seem to get the acl to work.
> Really I want to use the DB option for the groups as well as the users -
> that way it will hopefully be a lot easier to manage.
> I'm looking to be running one wiki with mutliple sections ie Company1,
> Company2, Org1, Charity1 - most people will only be in one group ie
> Company1Group, Company2Group, Org1Group, Charity1Group vut some will be in
> more than one (they won't necessarily be administrators either)
> I'd then like to define that further, so Company1Group is actualyl
> Company1View, Company1Edit, Company1Create etc etc.
> On 16/10/2007, Reini Urban <
> > Alastair Weller schrieb:
> > > I've solved the user issue - however I now can't get my head around
> > > the groups issue.
> > Do you still need help about the groups?
> > "CategoryGroup" has this:
> > All links in this page will be used to find user groups for the
> > WIKIPAGE group method. User group pages must contain a list of
> > usernames, and then for consistency after four hyphens a link to this
> > page.
> > * [Administrators]
> > So you have to create the page "Administrators"
> > and list the names of users there.
> > Like:
> > * [MyTestUser]
> > * [Real Name]
> > and lock the pages.
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