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AulaWiki-Tutorial-Workspace-Resources

The module workspaces_user_groups allows the administration of the resources of the active workspace .

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When a workspace is newly created, a Tiki category is generated automatically, with the name of the workspace code. The initial resources are associated to this category automatically depending on the type of workspace. Throughout the life of workspace we will be able to associate new resources categorising them to the previously mentioned category.

In the workspace resources module, we can distinguish several zones:
  • Selected category: shows the name of the currently selected category, and a series of buttons to undertake specific actions.
    • Image Create a new resource
    • Image Remove the category
    • Image Paste a new resource from the clipboard
  • Tree of categories: shows the tree of categories of the active workspace, emphasizing the selected category in bold. In order to change the selected category, click on the name of the new category.
  • Table of resources: shows the list of resources of the selected category, allowing for each individual resource:
    • Image To copy the resource to the clipboard
    • Image To administer the permissions of the resource
    • Image To access the configuration settings for the resource
    • Image To remove the resource

New resources 

As has been shown previously, we can create a new resource by clicking the icon Image , to display a form to indicate the data of the resource.

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  • Category: indicates the name of the category in which the resource will be created, which corresponds with the currently selected category
  • Name: Short name for the resource. It is important to emphasize that with AulaWiki makes special use of names of the resources, to facilitate the management and access to resources. The system automatically concatenates the code of workspace in which we are working in front of the name of the resource. The names are used as identifiers of the resource within the workspace to which they are associated. It is therefore necessary to use field names as a unique code within the workspace, and not to use it to give long descriptions to the resource.
  • Description: Long description of the resource.
  • Type: Type of Tiki resource we want to create.




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