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Setting access rights

The user groups who should be able to manage seminars should have:

  • the module Web > Events in their module list
  • write access to the following tables (may be split into several groups): Seminars, Speakers, Registrations, Seminar Sites, Organizers, Payment Methods
  • allowed excludefields: Seminars: hide, Seminars: start, Seminars: stop ( only set this for users who really need it and know the difference between start/stop for FE display and start/stop of the seminar hours )
  • other needed excludefields from the event records
  • the corresponding system folders in their DB mounts

If you want to enter registrations manually for participants who don’t have a front-end user account yet, or if you want to be able to edit the front-end user data, you need to set the following access rights as well:

  • write access to the following tables (may be split into several groups): front-end users, addresses
  • allowed excludefields: front-end user: name, address, phone, fax, email, zip code, city, inactive; address: fax, mobile
  • the front-end users system folder in their DB mounts