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From Cliff Williams <>
Subject Re: ok so I've introduced myself - here is problem one
Date Sat, 21 Aug 2010 14:35:35 GMT

Take a look at this  which is a good write up.

Best regards


On 21/08/10 09:13, Paul Gydos wrote:
> I have a couchone instance.
> I like the couchapp interface on couchone as far as not needing to be
> anything but a novice to sign up and get started making a database and
> entering information.
> I started realizing that the database is there for the whole world to see
> and then I realized that that anyone could become an administrator by
> default with the 'admin party'.
> So I snooped around for documentation and I think I could a basic grasp on
> how to take the admin party away and how to add admin users.  (If I recall
> correctly it was under Security);
> However I couldn't find anything on how to limit the viewing of the database
> to anyone except the users and or the.administrators.
> Is that beyond the scope of the couchapp on couchone? Would it have to be
> hosted on an intranet, or does the instance have to be hosted elsewhere so
> one could add additional protection in front of the couch.
> I hope I can find an answer for couchone where viewing can be restricted
> because I want to continue building my application with less concern for the
> details at this time and a solution which is hosted by experts for free is
> ideal until I can make my projects profitable.
> I've been on the listserv for weeks and weeks and seen no other concern for
> this.
> Please make responses with the assumption of little technical knowledge, but
> I can follow detailed directions and take detailed notes as to the results
> of trying to implement suggestions.
> Paul Gydos

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