[EP-tech] Document Security and Login
monica.wood at utas.edu.au
Thu Sep 28 00:07:52 BST 2017
Thank you for your reply, but this isn¹t what I am after, sort of the
opposite in fact.
We have an open access repository where the only people who need to log in
are staff and contributors.
We don¹t want the system to ask for a log in when trying to access a
restricted file, we want them to be taken to the abstract page so they can
request the restricted file if it¹s requestable.
On 27/9/17, 6:07 pm, "th.lauke at arcor.de" <th.lauke at arcor.de> wrote:
>did you check https://wiki.eprints.org/w/Login-Only_Repository?
>I could add some updates concerning apache's new syntax ...
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