It is possible to assign rights in a control file as follows:
Create or edit the FluidTopicsControlFile.xml control
<?xml version='1.0' encoding='utf-8'?> <controlFile> <resources> <resource> <filePath>path_to_the_document_which_access_must_be_limited</filePath> <rights> <accessLevel>restricted</accessLevel> <groups> <group>specific_group</group> </groups> </rights> </resource> </resources> </controlFile>Where:
Attention: If the document is not in the archive and no originId was defined for the document, then the filePath must be used to identify the document.
- filePath expects the path to the unstructured document file in the archive used to upload the unstructured document to Fluid Topics. It can be retrieved from the ud:id of the Metadata Journal , if no originId was set for the document.
- rights>accessLevel expects the level of access you wish to apply to the unstructured document in Fluid Topics:
- groups>group is used within groups to define each group that can access the documents when the accesslevel is restricted. group is mandatory in groups.
- Compress the FluidTopicsControlFile.xml file in a ZIP archive.
Upload the ZIP archive to Fluid Topics through the Unstructured Documents
source used to publish the unstructured document.
Note: There is no need to include the unstructured document files in the archive.
The following lines show how to limit the Time Machine Assembly PDF document to Technicians and R&D groups:
<?xml version='1.0' encoding='utf-8'?> <controlFile> <resources> <resource> <filePath>time_machine_assembly.pdf</filePath> <rights> <accessLevel>restricted</accessLevel> <groups> <group>Technicians</group> <group>R&D</group> </groups> </rights> </resource> </resources> </controlFile>Once published to Fluid Topics, the Time Machine Assembly PDF document access is limited to the Technicians and R&D user groups.