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==Introduction==
 
==Introduction==
 
The "resource permissions" feature and the "submit with embargo" feature in the latest versions of DSpace allow you to manage and delegate access control to resources in your repository.
 
The "resource permissions" feature and the "submit with embargo" feature in the latest versions of DSpace allow you to manage and delegate access control to resources in your repository.
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''This is not what we want to do in an open access repository, however certain ethical, social, financial and legal realities may prevent this.''
 
''This is not what we want to do in an open access repository, however certain ethical, social, financial and legal realities may prevent this.''
  
==References==
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''"Access Control" is usually defined as read/write permission for a specified duration, to a particular resource.''
===[[SUNScholar/Resource_Permissions|Resource Permissions]]===
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===[[SUNScholar/Embargo Systems|Submit With Embargo]]===
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==Instructions==
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===[[SUNScholar/Resource_Permissions|For Resource Permissions]]===
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===[[SUNScholar/Embargo Systems|For Submit With Embargo]]===
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Latest revision as of 10:11, 20 June 2016

BACK TO OPERATIONAL GUIDE

WE CANNOT ACCEPT RESPONSIBILITY FOR ANY DATA LOSS OR CORRUPTION
BEFORE PROCEEDING, DO EXTENSIVE TESTING ON SPARE INFRASTRUCTURE
*** YOU PROCEED AT YOUR OWN RISK ***

Introduction

The "resource permissions" feature and the "submit with embargo" feature in the latest versions of DSpace allow you to manage and delegate access control to resources in your repository.

This is not what we want to do in an open access repository, however certain ethical, social, financial and legal realities may prevent this.

"Access Control" is usually defined as read/write permission for a specified duration, to a particular resource.

YouTube Videos

Instructions

For Resource Permissions

For Submit With Embargo