[kforge-user] [enhancement 0.13] "Usage" view for project/service
nsteinmetz at gmail.com
Thu Sep 13 07:53:09 BST 2007
2007/9/13, John Bywater <john.bywater at appropriatesoftware.net>:
> This was working beautifully (we thought), with redirects to the login
> screen and back when access is controlled. It's disappointing, but I'm
> sure we'll get there again. The POST problem (discussed on the lists for
> some time) caused a bit of a snag. I'm sure we'll sort it out though.
> But it's a bit tricky, and none of our tricks have worked so far, but
> I've thought up a few more recently, so I'm going to have another go at
if test was only "if is_admin then move to /project/<project_name> else move
to /<project_name>", I think it is not sufficient. As if you're the admin of
the project, you do not necessary need to go to the "admin panel" of the
project. That why I think that a new link like "Manage Project" makes sense
and solve most of the problem. You only need to check that user has enough
right to display link and give access to it. No redirection issue (or at
least less redirection issue).
We could perhaps develop the list into a table, and provide secondary
> links to the project's application services next to the project's title,
> linked to the project administration page. Or we could put the admin
> page link round a tool icon and put it after the links to the services.
> Would that be more useful?
Yes I think it makes sense (at least for me ! :-P)
Yes, I think we just need to change the project list template, so the
> ul/li elements are table/tr/td. And then make a link for each the
> project services:
Very consise as a ticket ;-)
Have a nice day,
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