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8/5/2009 8:50 PM
 

Is there a way so that only the Super Admin (or a designated Role) can delete Wiki entries?

Right now, I have Super Admin, Admin, Editor, and User roles. I only want the Super Admin and Admin to be able to delete Wiki entries. I want Editors to be able to add new and modify existing. Users can only view.

I am mostly concerned that an Editor might accidentally delete a post. This happened once before when they thought the article was a duplicate, but it was not.

Right now it seems like there is only "access" or "no access" based on the role permissions. I am looking for something more granular.

Any ideas?

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8/5/2009 11:29 PM
 

With the current configuration this isn't possible, but it will be in a future release of the Wiki module.


Chris Hammond
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