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Subscription Manage

Hi All,

I have a question about subscription management;

Is't true if I say that each user can manage the owner subscription events???

Is any "administrator" interface to check and modify all subscriptions?

Thanks!

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  • Posted on Jan 26, 2005 at 11:53 AM

    > Hi All,

    Hi Giorj,

    > I have a question about subscription management;

    > Is't true if I say that each user can manage the

    > owner subscription events???

    Can you tell me, what exactly you mean with "owner subscription events"?

    Do you mean the administrational notifications that are send when e.g. a subscription is created?

    This can be configured in the KM/Subscription Service configuration iView. Edit the value "Allowed admin notifications". Allowed text values are:

    create, delete, update, updateresource, updaterecipient, unsubscribe

    > Is any "administrator" interface to check and modify

    > all subscriptions?

    No, there is no special SubscriptionUI only for admins, where you can view/edit all subscriptions. (I know this is missing...) If you want this kind of information, you'll have to write something on your own (using the Subscription API).

    >

    > Thanks!

    You're welcome

    Dirk

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    • Hi Giorj,

      User2 can go to the "MySubscriptions" iView. There he'll see also his passive subscriptions (means: all subscriptions where he's not the owner, just a recipient).

      There he can also unsubscribe from the passive subscription, so that he won't get any notifications.

      But only USER1 is able to edit the subscription (as he's the owner), like changing the frequency, or add another recipient....

      Regards

      Dirk

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