In order to be compliant with ISO 9001-2008, we need to ensure that only approved content is available to our employees. Currently, drafts are written by Content Managers and sent to the Quality Manager for approval. The drafts are not officially published until approved by the Quality Manager. Does anyone know how we can incorporate this approval workflow in Confluence? Basically, we would be tracking who approved the content as well as what is allowed to be visible to the masses.
I am working on using Confluence for our electronic document management system and meet ISO 9001, 13485, and 21 CFR Part 11 requirements.
I am using the following add ons to meet ISO requirements:
- Comala workflows (approvals)
- Comala Publishing( Published space for released documents)
- Archival plugin (Archive obsolete documents)
I may need to add an additional add on to meet 21 CFR requirement:
- Enterprise password policy ( to lockout after x amuont of failed attempts)
Atlassian uses Page Restrictions to "hide" and "publish" drafts. This isn't a true "approval system" since you don't know who removed the restriction/or "approved" the page.
Outside of this approach, you'll need to buy or develop a plugin.
The biggest problem with the plugin approach is that pages do not easily have the ability to show an "older" draft: You will always view the latest draft of a page. You could potentailly use Scroll Versions to create a process around this, since that one plugin does show specific drafts.
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