Introduction / Permissions in FirstSpirit / User permissions

User permissions

There is a strict distinction between editorial and user permissions in FirstSpirit. Unlike the editorial permissions which relate to processes in the FirstSpirit project, user permissions solely relate to the site generated and deployed with FirstSpirit and are therefore closely linked with the personalization system used (e.g., FirstSpirit DynamicPersonalization). In many cases a user permission is interpreted as “permission to view an object”. However, there are also feasible cases in which, apart from “Visible”, the “Print” and “Save” permissions are also relevant. It is usually possible to tell whether a project works with user permissions by the use of a login page for “visitors” to the site.

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