@mattab opened this Issue on February 12th 2009 Member

Users with a "view" permission should see the table with the website information and the "Show Javascript" link, the same way "admin" users currently see the table.

For users with "view", the website table wouldn't be editable.

see also #526

@anonymous-piwik-user commented on April 8th 2010
@anonymous-piwik-user commented on April 8th 2010

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@anonymous-piwik-user commented on April 8th 2010
@robocoder commented on March 20th 2010 Contributor

Moving this to 0.6. Access to #42 ("exclude visits by cookie") should be incorporated into the SitesManager UI.

@anonymous-piwik-user commented on April 8th 2010

I extended the MultiSites-Controller table by a new Icon, linked to the javascript code of the site.
For displaying the javascrit code, i utilize the existing SitesManager module. For non-Admin user i disable the SitesManager-Navigation.
See attached Screenshot and patch.

Would this an adequate solution for this ticket?

@mattab commented on April 8th 2010 Member

I think it would be better to have the javascript displayed in the "website" tab for "view" users, after clicking "settings" in the top bar (available in trunk for "view" users)

@anonymous-piwik-user commented on April 9th 2010

Ok, i see.

So it's changing #526:
"- for user with 'view', only show the "My Profile" tab"
"- for user with 'view', show the "My Profile" and "Websites" tab".

There are two further questions for me:

For the view-only user the table's content it's clear: "For users with "view", the website table wouldn't be editable."
But I can't find anything about the editing by an admin user. Currently it's behaving strange (Edit is clickable, just site name is changeable, but changes can't be saved).
How should the table editing/deleting behave for an admin user?

I assume: For multi sites a user can have view access to one site as well as admin access to another site. Am i right?
If yes: Should view and admin sites mixed into one table? Or do you like to provide seperate tables? Shurely it depends whether the interaction of view and admin user will be different or not. If not, the sites could simply shown in one table.

@mattab commented on April 29th 2010 Member

I think that it could be like:

  • view users "Websites" tab shows the table of websites, with rows that are not editable
  • admin users' "Websites" tab is the same behavior as current Websites tab (editable website table).

If the edit website screen does not work for you, it is a bug in Piwik. It works for us in 0.5.5 and 0.6-rc1 (edit name / URLs / etc. and click the green button to update).

There is no difference in how view or admin websites are handled in all the web analytics reports: they behave exactly the same.

@mattab commented on January 13th 2014 Member

Currently as of Piwik 2.0 the Tracking Code page is listed when the user has at least Admin permission to one website. Seems right.

This Issue was closed on January 13th 2014
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