[Koha] Restrict access
eric.begin at inLibro.com
Mon Aug 14 11:54:44 NZST 2017
Based on what you exposed us, you'll have to manage the access to your
files outside of Koha with some sort of DRM.
I'm pretty sur Koha doesn't have search « filter » based on users
And even if this was possible, this wouln't prevent someone to access
your files if they know the URL of your file.<
On 17-08-13 04:03 PM, fjcosta wrote:
> Thank you Lennon.
> I did as you told: three types of patrons and three kinds of items, and
> under Circulation and Fine rules I manage to restric each type of patron to
> its item permission (basic to basic, intermediate to basic+intermediate, and
> advanced to all).
> But when a reader under patron type basic makes a search in OPAC, all
> material (basic, intermediate and advanced) is visible and, if is a PDF
> files, he can download and read it.
> Would you please consider help me in this issue?
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