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Standard User Role


this topic is kinda related to another one I posted

/thread/1286303 [original link is broken]

I've been trying to understand when and how this role works,

for example:

km documents access links have the following url: [http://<server><port>/irj/go/km/docs/<path to document>]

when you type that on the browser it calls a KM Document iView inside the Standard User Role


now, how that works? is /go an application? also, there are no users assigned to that

role. SAP documentation says the Everyone group is assigned to it, but on User Administration

I found nothing about it, is it configured somewhere else (ConfigTool maybe?)..

my idea is to remove the KM Navigation iView from the Standard User Role so users may

not access KM through the ~/irj/go/km/navigation url (a bit of workaround cuz I haven't found

a way to setup permissions on it). The problem is, idk how it works, so let's say I

remove it and screw things up, where do I set things up to point/execute another (a copy)

every user role?

kind regards,


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    Posted on Mar 26, 2009 at 06:46 PM

    Think of go as a shortcut. It isn't a role, it's just part of the url to start some oither things, in this case km.

    Removing the iView won't stop people using km. When users start km they are starting a portal component, so you will need to remove the component.

    I'm not sure I understand why you don't want users to use km as this is what you will stop them doing...

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