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[EP-tech] Re: See other users' deposits (admin) or continuing part of: Per user-group workflow and permissions
Repository staff have access to the staff search, which allows you to locate items in the editorial buffer (or even in the work area) that are owned by a particular person. Editors can then do whatever they like to the item.
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On 29 Jul 2015, at 19:33, George Mamalakis <mamalos at eng.auth.gr> wrote:
> Hi all,
> After having decided -along with our library staff- to assign a user as
> the owner of each deposit when migrating from DSPace to EPrints based on
> each publication's author, the head librarian asked me if it is possible
> for a user or group (eg. admin) to be able to see other users' deposits
> and probably take over the deposit procedure.
> They asked me that, because they said that some Professors (and please
> don't laugh) may not be able to login, watch their deposits and submit
> them so that a reviewer can move with the depositing procedure
> henceforth, and so it would be desirable for somebody to be able to see
> and handle all deposits, even those that are still pending (eg. not in
> the archive dataset).
> What would be the proper procedure of doing this? After thinking a bit,
> I think I'd prefer if this deposit list could be produced using already
> existing code, so it could be some custom search that searches in other
> datasets (eg. buffer) based on the owner field. And this search should
> only be available to admin or staff. In this example, I haven't brought
> up the search functionality accidentally, on the contrary it already
> incorporates all the desirable functionality wrt displaying, grouping
> and selecting eprints.
> Of course, any other ideas (like Adam's favourite: a plugin) that would
> produce the same functionality, *in an easier way*, are more than welcome!
> Thanks all in advance,
> PS. Sorry If this behaviour is already supported by EPrints and I
> haven't managed to make it work.
> George Mamalakis
> IT and Security Officer,
> Electrical and Computer Engineer (Aristotle Univ. of Thessaloniki),
> PhD (Aristotle Univ. of Thessaloniki),
> MSc (Imperial College of London)
> School of Electrical and Computer Engineering
> Aristotle University of Thessaloniki
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