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Patrick,

I'm happy to hear clearing the cache fixed one issue.

The usergrouppriv table should have been created by the update-vcl.sql script 
included with 2.2.1.

id 1 in the userprivtypeid table is "block".  So, the insert you did would 
have blocked any cascaded rights assigned to the admin group at the VCL node 
(parent node of the admin node) from being cascaded down to the admin node.  
So, it would be really strange for that to have given you the rights you 
needed to see the block allocation management stuff.

Josh

On Thursday June 02, 2011, James Patrick Sigmon wrote:
> Josh,
> 
> Clearing the cache fixed the other browsers.
> 
> As far as the tab issue goes, I thought it might have been a typo before,
> but perhaps you have a table I do not (usergrouppriv).
> 
> So I did the following instead:
> 
> INSERT INTO userpriv (usergroupid, privnodeid, userprivtypeid) VALUES (3,
> 4, 1)
> 
> 3 being the admin group and 4 being the admin privilege node.
> 
> Does that explain the result I got?
> 
> -Patrick
> 
> On Jun 2, 2011, at 9:05 AM, Josh Thompson wrote:
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> > Patrick,
> > 
> > That sounds more like a browser cache issue.  I've tested the site using
> > Safari and Chrome and found everything to work correctly.  Can you try
> > clearing your cache in Safari and Chrome and then logging in a again?
> > 
> > I'm also confused that granting yourself the one privilege I mentioned
> > gave you access to manage block allocations.  It should have granted you
> > the ability to give yourself the needed permission to manage block
> > allocations rather than actually granting that permission directly.
> > 
> > If you have a chance today, can you go to our IRC room so I can help you
> > with this?  I really don't think it's a bug but rather that your
> > browsers are in a strange state.  However, I'd like to know for sure. 
> > The IRC room is #asfvcl on freenode.
> > 
> > Josh
> > 
> > On Wednesday June 01, 2011, James Patrick Sigmon wrote:
> >> Thanks Josh,
> >> 
> >> That enabled the privilege I needed to manage the block reservations.
> >> However, it didn't create any tabs under the Privilege page.  I also
> >> didn't notice the change to the Block Allocations page until I logged in
> >> through Firefox.  This applies to a few other components too.  I can see
> >> them in Firefox but not in Safari or Chrome.  For example, I can't see
> >> the max concurrent reservations label or textbox under Safari or
> >> Chrome, but can in Firefox.
> >> 
> >> Is this a know issue?  Should I create a jira issue for this?
> >> 
> >> Thanks again,
> >> 
> >> Patrick
> >> 
> >> On Jun 1, 2011, at 9:43 AM, Josh Thompson wrote:
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> >>> Patrick,
> >>> 
> >>> Yes, that is a new feature in 2.2.1.  There were some parts of the site
> >>> you didn't see unless your account had user.adminlevelid set to 3.  I
> >>> finally replaced that with an interface on the privileges page.  There
> >>> are additional permissions that can be assigned per user group but that
> >>> don't make sense having assigned at any specific nodes in the privilege
> >>> tree.
> >>> 
> >>> If you're not seeing the additional tab, you need to create an entry in
> >>> the usergrouppriv table.  Find the id of a usergroup of which you are a
> >>> member and then create an entry in that table using userprivtypeid = 1.
> >>> As an example, if you are a member of a usergroup whose id is 5, you
> >>> would do
> >>> 
> >>> INSERT INTO usergrouppriv (usergroupid, userprivtypeid) VALUES (5, 1)
> >>> 
> >>> After doing that, you'll probably need to log out and then back in.
> >>> Then, you'll see the additional tab on the privileges page.
> >>> 
> >>> Josh
> >>> 
> >>> On Tuesday May 31, 2011, James Patrick Sigmon wrote:
> >>>> Hey Josh,
> >>>> 
> >>>> I'm not seeing any tabs under Privileges (nor do I remember there
> >>>> being any).  Is this a new feature (2.2.1)?
> >>>> 
> >>>> -Patrick
> >>>> 
> >>>> On May 27, 2011, at 8:18 AM, Josh Thompson wrote:
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> >>>>> Patrick,
> >>>>> 
> >>>>> It sounds like you don't have the 'Manage Block Allocations' User
> >>>>> Group Permission.  Go to Privileges, select the 'Additional User
> >>>>> Permissions' tab, select an admin user group of which you are a
> >>>>> member, check the 'Manage Block Allocations' permission, and click
> >>>>> 'Save Selected Permissions'.
> >>>>> 
> >>>>> Josh
> >>>>> 
> >>>>> On Thursday May 26, 2011, James Patrick Sigmon wrote:
> >>>>>> Hey guys,
> >>>>>> 
> >>>>>> I want to accept a block allocation request but all I can do is view
> >>>>>> them, even when following the link in the email that directs me to
> >>>>>> where I should be able to accept/reject them.  How do I go about
> >>>>>> doing this?
> >>>>>> 
> >>>>>> Thanks,
> >>>>>> 
> >>>>>> Patrick Sigmon
> >>>>> 
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