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version 1.0b2 on Jan 9th, 2014

Overview

Content Rules: User group actions (sc.contentrules.group) package provides content rule actions to create or remove an user group.

This package is tested with Travis CI:

https://secure.travis-ci.org/simplesconsultoria/sc.contentrules.group.png

Use case

A college with descentralized content management and groups dedicated to research. Each group should manage its own content.

In their portal they want to host areas for each research group they sponsor. All those areas will be under the folder /research/. A research group called "Environmental Studies" will have an area at /research/environmental-studies.

Every time a new research group is added under /research/ they need to create at least two user groups:

  • Editors: Group of users responsible for publishing content and managing this area.
  • Members: Group of users with access to this area.

Also, every time a research group is removed from /research/ they want to remove existing user groups related to it.

Actions

This package provides two content rules actions, one to create a new user group, other to remove an existing user group.

Create User Group

Used to create a new user group this action have three options:

Group Id
Unique name for the newly created group. You are allowed to use ${title} in here to dinamically generate the id for the group. i.e.: If this field have a value of ${title} Editors and the action is being executed for a folder with title "Environmental Studies", Group Id will be "Environmental Studies Editors"
Group Title
Friendly name for the newly created group. You are allowed to use ${title} in here to dinamically create the id for the group. i.e.: If this field have a value of Editors for Research Group: ${title} and the action is being executed for a folder with title "Environmental Studies", Group Title will be "Editors for Research Group: Environmental Studies"
Roles
Global roles for newly created group. Roles selected here will be effective in the whole portal.

Note

In order to apply a local role -- set a role for the newly created group only in the object that triggered the content rule -- you need to have the sc.contentrules.localrole package installed and use the package's provided action.

Remove User Group

Used to remove an existing user group this action have just one option:

Group Id
Id of the group to be removed. You are allowed to use ${title} in here to dinamically generate the id for the group. i.e.: If this field have a value of ${title} Editors and the action is being executed for a folder with title "Environmental Studies", Group Id will be "Environmental Studies Editors"

Installation

To enable this product,on a buildout based installation:

  1. Edit your buildout.cfg and add sc.contentrules.group to the list of eggs to install

    [buildout]
    ...
    eggs =
        sc.contentrules.group
    

After updating the configuration you need to run the ''bin/buildout'', which will take care of updating your system.

Sponsoring

Development of this product was sponsored by:

Credits

  • Erico Andrei (erico at simplesconsultoria dot com dot br)
  • Héctor Velarde (hector at simplesconsultoria dot com dot br)

Changelog

1.0b2 (2012-11-13)
  • Update translations [ericof]
  • Fix packaging [ericof]
1.0b1 (2012-10-30)
  • Add an action to remove existing user groups [ericof]
  • PEP8 [ericof]
  • Travis support [ericof]
0.5 (2011-09-15)
  • Spanish translation [hvelarde]
  • Initial release [erico_andrei]

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