From version 62.1
edited by Camelia Andrei
on 2019/08/19 14:58
To version 63.1
edited by Camelia Andrei
on 2019/08/21 16:23
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14 14  In order to define a workflow, just create a new document using the ##PublicationWorkflowConfigTemplate## template (which has a template provider available in the space ##PublicationWorkflow##, see the first image above) and fill in the 3 groups: contributors, moderators and validators (webmasters). By default workflows work with 2 levels of validation: the contributors start the workflow and edit the documents then submit to moderation. Moderators can edit further and then submit of validation or refuse and send the doc back to contribution. Then, the validators can edit further and validate and publish or refuse and send back to moderation. If, in the configuration, the moderators group is missing then there will only be one level of moderation, done by the validators. Once published, a document can be archived (passed to hidden) or unpublished (the published document is removed and the content is copied to the draft).
15 15  
16 16  {{image reference="DraftsSpace.png" /}}
17 -The panel ##PublicationWorkflow.PublicationWorkflowPanel## has been added on the right column for the Draft space in the example above (using the space administration section).
17 +The panel ##PublicationWorkflow.PublicationWorkflowPanel## has been added on the left column for the Draft space in the example above (using the space administration section).
18 18  
19 19  {{image reference="chooseSpace.png" /}}
20 -We have created a new document inside the Draft space and we would like to publish it in the Sandbox space using the "New Workflow" workflow.
20 +We have created a new document inside the Draft space and we would like to publish it in the Main space using the "New Workflow" workflow.
21 21  
22 +The button "Start workflow" will send the document to the "Draft" status (draft).
22 22  {{image reference="draftStatus.png" /}}
23 -The button "Initier le workflow" will send the document to the "Brouillon" status (draft).
24 24  
25 +The button "Submit to moderation" will send the document to the "In moderation" status (moderation).
25 25  {{image reference="moderationStatus.png" /}}
26 -The button "Summetre a la moderation" will sent the document to the "En cours de moderation" status (moderation).
27 27  
28 +The button "Validate" will send the document to the "Validation" status. The document can be either validated or refused by the a member of the validators group (webmasters).
28 28  {{image reference="validationStatus.png" /}}
29 -The button "Publier" will open a modal box to confirm the publishing of the document.
30 30  
31 +The button "Publish" will open a modal box to confirm the publishing of the document. In this state,the document can be validated without being published or refused.
31 31  {{image reference="publishScreen.png" /}}
32 -The user needs to confirm if the document is published.
33 33  
34 +The user needs to confirm if the document is published.
34 34  {{image reference="published.png" /}}
35 -The published document is copied to the "Sandbox" space which was initially selected.
36 36  
37 +The published document is copied to the "Main" space which was initially selected.
38 +
37 37  Note that on the draft document the rights are handled automatically by the workflow application (between contributors, moderators and validators) but for the published documents the rights fall in the responsibility of the wiki administrator, which should make sure that no one can edit the published documents directly (usually it means setting the rights on a space).
38 38  
39 39  Mails are being sent in the following cases:

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