On 2/23/08, Alvaro Gilabert <alvaro at gilabert.org> wrote:
> It would require some fine tuning but you can use any group access extension
> and then assign ranks for reading one document, which will give you access
> to the other documents. Same as some websites where you have to post n
> articles before getting access to some restricted content.
Yes, I was thinking I might have to do something like that. Except
that in this case, you have to read N documents, at which point there
only is N documents.
I'm also looking at some of the workflow modules.
>> Alternatively, link document C at the end of document B, which is linked
> from document A.
That would be a possible approach, but as I replied to Michael ( by
mistake not CC'ing the list ) I'd like something more secure than
Perhaps however a link at the bottom, which sets some session
variable, which is checked when they try to access document C.
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