Nuxeo Platform User Documentation

Setting Publication Targets

Updated: February 26, 2018 Page Information Edit on GitHub

In order to guide users when they publish documents and make sure documents are published in the correct sections, you can define publication targets for the workspace's documents. Publishing targets are sections in which the documents from the workspace will be publishable. Users will then be able to publish documents only in the sections you have defined.

By default, workspaces don't have any targets defined.

To define the publication targets of a workspace:

  1. Click on the Manage tab of the workspace. The Access Rights tab is displayed by default.
  2. Click on the Publication targets tab. If no section has been defined yet, users can submit documents to publishing in any section (providing they have the rights to publish).
  3. Unfold the sections tree and click on the Add link of the sections to which you want to restrict publishing from this workspace. The selected sections are displayed in a table below the tree. No Add link is available anymore for these sections.
    When they click on the Publish tab of documents to publish a document, only the selected sections are available to publish the document.
  4. Click on the icon to remove a section from the workspace's targets.

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