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[EP-tech] Return WITHOUT notification

Hi James,

I think the "remove without notification" got removed by default partly 
to ensure better traceability, so editors/admins did not delete items 
without notifying the user but also as this caused button clutter in the 
actions bar and also indecision with editors/admins on which option they 
should use.? You can re-enable this by adding the following two lines to 
your archive's cfg/cfg.d/user_roles.pl for both/either the of the 
editor/admin roles:

 ??? +eprint/inbox/remove:editor
 ??? +eprint/buffer/remove:editor

You may need to copy user_roles.pl from flavours/pub_lib/cfg.d/ to your 
archive, so you can edit an archive specific copy.? Once done, obviously 
reload your webserver to apply the changes.

I will endeavour to add this to the known issues at:


I should also not that a further feature was added in 3.4.3 to prevent 
deletion of items that are in or have at some point been in the live 
archive.? You will need to add the following user role (probably to just 
specific admin users you trust through their user profile):



David Newman

On 29/06/2022 9:46 am, James Kerwin via Eprints-tech wrote:
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> Hi All,
> Hope everyone is well.
> I recently upgraded our Data Repository server and version of EPrints. 
> We have two issues outstanding. One is with Apache mod_status and the 
> other is with emails being sent when returning an item to the work area.
> Is there any way to return an item without a notification? I've been 
> away at Glastonbury and had tried quite a bit to sort this before 
> leaving, but was struggling to find where to make changes. This 
> repository is on Ubuntu 20 with EPrints version 3.4.3
> Any guidance will be gratefully received!
> Thanks,
> James
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