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[protege-discussion] user access for projects in protege server
ttania at stanford.edu
Mon Dec 1 12:37:02 PST 2008
You have probably seen the wiki for configuring the protege server using the meta-project:
First question is: what version of Protege are you using?
It is not a good idea to delete the operations "Read", "Write", "DisplayInProjectList" and the group "World". They are kind of system instances, that the policy manager has support for.
To have a project displayed in the available project list that is shown after the user has logged into the server, you need to add to a project a group operation that allows the group of user to "Read" and also "DisplayInProjectList". If you have removed any of these operations, then the policy manager will show all the projects.
Another thing is that the write policy is not enforced. We might provide this in the future releases.
If you still have problems with the configuration, you can send me the metaproject, and I will take a look at it.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Joachim Kleb" <joachim.kleb at googlemail.com>
To: protege-discussion at lists.stanford.edu
Sent: Monday, December 1, 2008 5:28:45 PM GMT +01:00 Amsterdam / Berlin / Bern / Rome / Stockholm / Vienna
Subject: [protege-discussion] user access for projects in protege server
my question is about the use of the access right management via the meta-ontology.
The meta-project allows for the creation of different groups and the group-dependent access rights.
Using the default meta-project, I deleted the group world, created two new groups with different members and added one of the groups to the wine ontology.
I found out that an user can access this project although he is not a member of the group who are allowed to access that project. Even
worse it is that I can delete classes/instances... with this user.
I'm glad for any hints, links and direct answers.
Thx in advance,
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