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eFiling Dev: Quickfiling permissions - way to restrict which staff can quickfile.

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70-Other 

Title

Quickfiling permissions - way to restrict which staff can quickfile.  

Description

Quickfiling:  need a way to restrict permissions to staff who can Quickfile.   Currently this is hardcoded in Michael Pratt's VBA code.

Status

10-Defined 

Priority

20-Std 

DevType

35-Customize-VT 

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Phase

59-ForNextDropFixes 

TaskType

10-SoftwareDev 

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10-Rao 

Notes

12/30/13 email from Ron Titus to Cindy
 
Cindy, I received an email from Michael.  Go ahead and have Jenny make the necessary changes to provide the individual access to Quickfile.  Let me know if there are any issues or concerns.
Also add to the upgrade list an enhancement to modify access based on an users profile vs being hardcoded.
Thanks
Ron

From: Foster, Cindy
Sent: Tuesday, December 24, 2013 8:09 AM
To: Pratt, Michael; Titus, Ron
Subject: RE: Quickfile error
Ron and Michael,
Have you had a chance to discuss this issue? We have at least one user in the court who cannot Quickfile until her name is added to the code, and others are likely to crop up in the near future as staff vacancies are filled and/or staff begin to cross train, etc. 
Thanks
Cindy
Cindy Foster
Business Systems Analyst
Office of the Court Administrator
Research & Information Services
2418 Airport Road
Barre, VT 05641
(802) 828-2545
(802) 828-0414 Fax
From: Pratt, Michael
Sent: Friday, December 13, 2013 9:25 AM
To: Foster, Cindy
Cc: Titus, Ron
Subject: RE: Quickfile error
Cindy, I’ve been slow to respond because I’ve been on vacation  – sorry.
The QuickFile user permissions are hard coded, which means the VB code would have to be modified and then installed.  Of course a better approach would be to deal with permissions through system administration rather than code development, and of course that is exactly what you inquired about.  While I was in the thick of coding, this issue never made it high enough on the priority list to get it done.  Ron will need to decide how to tackle this issue and similar issues as they arise.  I will touch base with Ron about options.
From: Foster, Cindy
Sent: Thursday, December 05, 2013 1:57 PM
To: Pratt, Michael
Subject: FW: Quickfile error
Hi Michael,
I’m sorry to bother you with this but it’s the first time this problem has arisen. 
The attachment shows an error message of “you are not authorized to Quickfile” popping up on the “Serve” screen.  The user is a new docket clerk in Rutland Civil who has VTADS and eCabinet accounts.  I asked around here but no one remembers (including me) how you were limiting user access to the Quickfile function on the “add-ins” toolbar, or here on Serve. 
I remember at the beginning you had narrowed Quickfiling permissions to clerks at the efiling courts, but was this through their association with Windsor/Rutland Civil, or through an individual’s log in permissions?  Any light you can shed on this is most appreciated and I will be sure it’s documented for the future. 
Thank you.
Cindy

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Created at 12/30/2013 16:03  by Cindy Foster 
Last modified at 12/30/2013 16:03  by Cindy Foster