access_disallow_warning displaying instead of generic icon when access denied through permissions module
|Assignee:||Sara Allain||% Done:|
|Target version:||Release 2.3.1|
|Google Code Legacy ID:||Tested version:||2.3|
To reproduce: Change the permissions for anonymous users to deny, deny, deny for thumbnails, reference image and master. Logout, and navigate to an informationObject with a digital object, but no PREMIS rights statement attached.
Result: Instead of showing a generic icon, access_disallow_warning displays (interestingly, in languages other than the default, the icon shows!)
Expected result: If access is restricted through the permissions module, the generic icon should show, not access_disallow_warning. access_disallow_warning, or access_conditional_warning, should only display if a PREMIS rights statement has been written for the informationObject. This will be particularly important in 2.3, when these statements are customizable for different PREMIS bases.
#6 Updated by Sara Allain about 6 years ago
Link to original forum post: https://groups.google.com/d/msg/ica-atom-users/t3sO_x9Y9uQ/L84nHbjVBwAJ
#7 Updated by Sara Allain about 6 years ago
- Status changed from Feedback to Verified
- Assignee changed from Sarah Romkey to Sara Allain
Also tested this with the culture in settings.yml set to French, as per the original note from the user forum, and was also unable to replicate. Marking as verified!