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18 April 2009 at 8:05am
Can someone tell me how I would give certain forum members permission to edit content in the CMS?
Thanks in advance.
18 April 2009 at 11:59am
I *think* you need to duplicate the member info in the administrator group. click on the security tab, click on the administrators group, then create a new member.
I am far from the definitive answer on this though...
Any idea how to create members that can moderate the forums but cannot edit the CMS?
18 April 2009 at 6:30pm
mikedaul - in the admin section under the Security section you should see your forum members group. Click a member and you should be able to set whether they are a 'Member', 'Moderator' or 'Admin'. 'Admin' being a forum admin (eg delete other Moderators posts) but not able to login to the cms. You would have to test it out though!
18 April 2009 at 7:02pm
Thanks for the tip, Mikedaul, but maybe I'm missing something, but I just can't find a duplicate button or function anywhere?
20 April 2009 at 4:17pm
Willr - Thanks, but in my testing changing the rank of a non-admin member doesn't actually give them the ability to moderate posts. Maybe something is messed up in my install? I've even tried building a new member class (called moderators) and explicitly setting the permissions for those users, but no dice...
Joelg - In my experience you'll ahve to manually duplicate the members; there's not a way to automate it so far as I am aware.
20 April 2009 at 5:34pm
Hi again Mikedaul
Duplicating the members manually is ok, but since I don't know the members password, I can't do that... Or is there something I've missed.
Anyway, a more smarter (coded) way would be nice...
Thanks for your help anyway...
23 April 2009 at 2:24am
One of the most important function that I miss in SilverStripe is integrated cross-module authentication and authorization functionality.
23 April 2009 at 2:37am Last edited: 23 April 2009 2:37am
Guess I agree...
However, I did find a way to solve my problem, but it's really not pretty.
Open the database (phpmyadmin or something) and edit the "Group_Members" table - just change the GroupId to "1" on the MemberID that you want to give admin permission.
Of course this would we wonderful to do with a little dropdown box in the security tab under each member. I just don't know how to accomplish this yet.
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