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access to multiple databases...

From: Erwin, Richard D
Subject: access to multiple databases...
Date: Thu, 26 Jun 2003 00:06:56 -0700


I'm banging my head against the wall onthis one and could use a little help.

I'm useing gnatsweb 4.0 and gnats 3.999.2.  I have three separate databases.  

In gnats/gnatsweb 3.113, I could set the local host to "none" and the users to 
"edit" or "view", as appropriate,  individually in their spearate access files, 
and all would work out.  

Now, I have in /usr/local/etc/gnats, gnatsd.user_access and gnats_hosts.access, 
and can setup gnatsd.user_access within a given database, say 
/usr/local/com/gnatsdb/default, if I don't want to setup the file within 

I've tried a few different combinations, and would prefer either having a 
gnats_hosts.access file that sets the host(s) involved to "none", with 
individual /usr/local/com/gnatsdb/*/gnatsd.user_access file.  However, no 
matter what I do, the second I set a host to "none", nothing seems to trump it 
in the user files I create.

My users essentially want to allow everyone wide access to PRs within their 
database, but push away everyone else that hasn't been invited.  RIght now, it 
seems I can't give them that.

Am I missing something obvious, or is there a better way to accomplish this end?

Thanks in advance,
Rich Erwin
Boeing SSG - M&CT Support
(425) 865-3414

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