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I couldn't figure out how to ask this question "in private" and felt it's not something to be sent to SAS Tech Support - so asking here in "public".

Why am I able to choose "edit" as action for this link?

https://communities.sas.com/docs/DOC-4171

That feels kind of wrong. I shouldn't be able to modify someone else's article. Or am I missing something here?


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‎12-04-2013 10:24 AM
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Re: Question for the Forum Admin

When you create a "document" (vs a question) you can set the permissions for it, for example who is allowed to edit it and who isn't.

Perhaps the defaults aren't the correct ones though.

It's a nice feature to allow collaborative work, in theory Smiley Happy

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‎12-04-2013 10:24 AM
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Posts: 19,865

Re: Question for the Forum Admin

When you create a "document" (vs a question) you can set the permissions for it, for example who is allowed to edit it and who isn't.

Perhaps the defaults aren't the correct ones though.

It's a nice feature to allow collaborative work, in theory Smiley Happy

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