Changes between Version 98 and Version 99 of S3/S3AAA


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Timestamp:
09/13/12 21:44:51 (8 years ago)
Author:
Dominic König
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    v98 v99  
    109109  A '''person entity''' is a type of records describing business entities which involve one or more individual persons. This can be, e.g., organisations, offices, teams, and of course persons.
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    111   A '''realm''' of a person entity is the set of all records controlled ("owned") by this entity (="their data"). Which entity gains control over a record can be defined per record type, and even as deployment options. The realm which a particular record belongs to is encoded as person entity ID (pe_id) in the {{{owned_by_entity}}} field in this record.
     111  A '''realm''' of a person entity is the set of all records controlled ("owned") by this entity (="their data"). Which entity gains control over a record can be defined per record type, and even as deployment options. The realm which a particular record belongs to is encoded as person entity ID (pe_id) in the {{{realm_entity}}} field in this record.
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    113113  In an organizational structure, a person entity can be a sub-unit ('''organization unit''', OU) of another person entity. E.g. an office can be a sub-unit of an organisation, or a person a sub-unit of a team.
     
    139139  '''NOTE:''' you can have both an individual record owner and an owner role for the same record at the same time, where the individual owner doesn't need to have the owner role.
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    141   '''NOTE:''' the {{{owned_by_entity}}} field associates the record with a realm (see [#OrgAuth]) - it has ''no'' relevance for the ownership of the record by an individual user. A user can own of records any realm.
     141  '''NOTE:''' the {{{realm_entity}}} field associates the record with a realm (see [#OrgAuth]) - it has ''no'' relevance for the ownership of the record by an individual user. A user can own of records any realm.
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    143143  '''NOTE:''' If a record has '''no owner''', i.e. if both {{{owned_by_user}}} and {{{owned_by_role}}} are '''None''', then all authenticated users are considered the owner of this record (public record). ''As a consequence of that, any owner ACLs for the AUTHENTICATED-role would always include all records without owner - regardless of the realm they belong to.''