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VIsibility of assets following the implicit lifecycle


Stephen Schmidt (1142) | asked Aug 20 '10, 11:32 a.m.
For assets that are submitted to a community and use the implicit lifecycle (submitted and approved states only), are there implicit visibility constraints that RAM places on the assets that are in the submitted state. For example, can consumers see these assets before they are approved.etc.. Is the visibility configurable by state perhaps ??

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Rich Kulp (3.6k38) | answered Aug 20 '10, 3:21 p.m.
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On 8/20/2010 11:38 AM, sstephen wrote:
For assets that are submitted to a community and use the implicit
lifecycle (submitted and approved states only), are there implicit
visibility constraints that RAM places on the assets that are in the
submitted state. For example, can consumers see these assets before
they are approved.etc.. Is the visibility configurable by state
perhaps ??

It all depends on the lifecycle. The default Simple lifecycle allows

non-collaborators, non-reviewers, non-reviewboard-members, and
non-owners the same rights they have in any other state.

There is check box on the state that says when in this state the normal
non-.... users will not be able to access the asset.

Rich

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