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Re: Editors notes in CAP
Doug Royer wrote:
> No - It means that if you don't have DELETE on the old
> location, and WRITE on the new location PLUS the MOVE
> permission (that I was defining) - you can't move.
That's different from your previous proposal :
> The MOVE permission means you have WRITE permission
> on the TARGET calendar and DELETE permission
> on the OLD-TARGET calendar. And the permissions do
> not need to be reciprocal.
Regarding your last proposal:
1- On which location would you need the MOVE permission?
2- You would still need READ permission on the old location.
3- It doesn't buy us anything to have an MOVE permission.
If the user as READ and DELETE granted for the old location
and WRITE granted for the new location he'll still be able
to do "search", "create" and "delete" to move the object
the hard way.
Can you agree that we don't need a MOVE permission?
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