Permissions are assigned with the help of Access Control Lists (ACL).
As an administrator, you control which actions your users are allowed to perform and which categories they can see via the permission structure, also called access control lists. This chapter of our documentation explains exactly how this works and what options there are for permissions.
In the chapter Users, Groups and Permissions of this documentation we explain in general the permission system in Manja. You can find more information about setting up user accounts and much more in the User Accounts & Groups chapter of this documentation.
Access control lists allow you to define exactly who may or may not do something where. Such a list consists of permission specifications that allow or forbid a user or group (who) to perform an action (what) at a time, and is applied as a whole to all files in a category or to a single file (where).
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For each category of the first category tree you can define such a list. Thus, you can use this category tree for any complex structure of organization of your database.
This access control list consists of a set of permission entries. Above the list, you see the form to create a new permission entry. Here you select which action is to be permitted or not permitted for which user or which group. Clicking on “create entry” adds the entry to the list.
In order to check the permissions, the program goes through the respective list from top to bottom. Thus, if you permit an action first, but forbid it further down, the lowest entry in the list is the one that counts – i.e. this action is forbidden.
To change these entries in the list according to your desired order use the “drag point” to the right of the entries. Click on the drag point, keep the mouse button pressed, and drag the entry to its new position.