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Nov 2018
Matías Butelman
@mbutel_twitter
Nov 23 2018 14:51
A user with the Configure relationship types permission can see relationship types by directly accessing the URL but can't save the changes because there is no change button
This basically renders all the separate System administration permissions for items inside the Administration menu item usesless because they don't work without the "is administrator" permission
Matías Butelman
@mbutel_twitter
Nov 23 2018 14:58
I just found you can customize these access in the conf files, maybe this solves the problem
Matías Butelman
@mbutel_twitter
Nov 23 2018 15:06
Mmm but I don't know how to tell the system to allow a user with the "configure relationship types" permission to be able to save the type
CollectiveAccess
@collectiveaccess
Nov 23 2018 16:00
@mbutel_twitter Configure relationship types does require is_admin for saving, as it's schema-related and considered an administrative function
Matías Butelman
@mbutel_twitter
Nov 23 2018 16:02
Is there any way to allow it? If it doesn't work without "is admin" why is there an option to set it on and off in the ui?
We are building a catalog for a museum of design. The types of relationships individuals have with objects change a lot, so it's very practical to load them as the cataloguers load each object
(design objects share this cataloguing challenge with contemporary art, instalation and performance i think)
CollectiveAccess
@collectiveaccess
Nov 23 2018 17:25
@mbutel_twitter Create a ticket for it and we'll see what can be done. https://clangers.collectiveaccess.org
Julian
@julian_boolean_twitter
Nov 23 2018 20:40
Hi all this feels like a silly question but do the pawtucket config files in themes work like the providence config files in that you only edit the parts you need to edit?