I am designing a form , which is going to hold important data for record keeping. While import API is an option that I'd like to keep but I don't want anyone to use "Cleanup API" option and delete the records by mistake.
Is there a way I can do that?
Take a look at this page https://wiki.vertuna.com/pages/viewpage.action?pageId=14123273 and the page it mentions on Confluence and ConfiForms permissions
Simply put - restrict "edit" permissions on the page to hide this from "ordinal" users
Well, i have a list of 50 users who should be able to use ImportAPI but must not have access to DeleteAPI.
Is there a way we can put such a restriction?
Will it work if I don't grant them 'superuser' access , and provide them the ImportAPI url :
Direct link to Import API is: http://CONFLUENCE_SERVER/confluence/confiforms/import.action?pageId=PAGE_ID
At the moment permissions could be granted to (or revoked) for 3 functions
at once. The reasoning behind this is you either allow working with "bulk data" and your form or not. As there should always be a possibility to clean up if the import when wrong or something like that
Well, if you allow you users to manage the data and use import then we think these users should have an idea what they are doing.
ConfiForms does not have a background process you can schedule
But you can always have a CRON or something that runs periodically and calls "Recovery API", basically the download URL of a RAW file (which you can always recover from)
Click on recovery API and you will see a link to download RAW file - this is the way to get the export from ConfiForms dataset in it's original form
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