Changes between Version 17 and Version 18 of Deployments/SAMBRO/FAQs


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10/11/16 07:57:45 (6 years ago)
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Biplov Bhandari
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    3838[http://eden.sahanafoundation.org/wiki/Deployments/SAMBRO/Evaluation Simulation and Evaluation Methodology] for ensuring your system performs to your requirements before going live. Implementers are encourage to conduct simulations and evaluate the system periodically, at least, once every year.
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     40== What can different users in SAMBRO do? ==
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     42There are six types of users in SAMBRO as of 2016-10-11[[BR]]
     431. '''ANONYMOUS''' -> The public users(having no login account)
     441. '''AUTHENTICATED''' -> Users having login account with minimal permissions. All other users except anonymous are authenticated plus the designated role.
     451. '''MAP_ADMIN''' -> This role is mostly given to the GIS technical personnel in the office.
     461. '''ALERT_EDITOR''' -> They can create, edit the alert and submit the alert for approval.
     471. '''ALERT_APPROVER''' -> Besides Authorizing Message to disseminate (publish), they can also act as CAP Editor.
     481. '''ADMIN''' -> They are the superuser. They are granted with all the permissions.
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     50The detailed list of different roles with permissions are listed [http://eden.sahanafoundation.org/wiki/UserGuidelines/SAMBRO#UserRolesandPermissions here].
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     52== Can approved alerts be edited? ==
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     54No the approved alerts cannot be edited, or deleted. Usually in the CAP world, if there is a mistake, error or have to cancel the previous alert,[[BR]]
     55you need to create another alert that reference this alert. In SAMBRO, this can be achieved simply via a click a button. More details [http://eden.sahanafoundation.org/wiki/UserGuidelines/SAMBRO/Publish#UpdateCancelorErroraCAPMessage here]
     56[http://eden.sahanafoundation.org/wiki/Deployments/SAMBRO/Evaluation Simulation and Evaluation Methodology] for ensuring your system performs to your requirements before going live. Implementers are encourage to conduct simulations and evaluate the system periodically, at least, once every year.