The Data Owner is one of the most important roles within migRaven.24 / 7 can be assigned.
This defines a user account as the owner of a directory and allows it to have more
Apply functions within the web interface to its directory.
This role will remain fixed on the directory until it is deleted. It will be your own.migRaven File created and saved in the respective directory.
These .migRaven File stores information (data owner, owner, creator) about the directory and is used for identification within migRaven.24 / 7.
Data owners are particularly relevant to eg. the Data Retention or placing access rights in the hands of individual departments, but can (as any other role) be adapted to the needs.
At the end of this article you will find a short video article dealing with the subject of Data Owners.
Customize data owner role
You will find the settings for the migRavenRolls under configuration and the menu item Roles / Accounts.
In the role settings, it is possible to extend or restrict the options available for each role. Each role comes with its own default settings.
The user with the Data Owner role sees in his web view only the elements that have been set by the administrator. Check the list to make sure everything is what you want.
By default, the data owner is the only role that can initiate data retention operations and make data retention settings. Set the option for other roles, if any
To get access.
How do I set a data owner?
Setting a data owner (directory owner) for a directory is accomplished with just a few clicks.
In the administrator role, open a corresponding project in the web client and search the directory tree to find the relevant directory for setting the data owner.
Next to each directory you will find the option Set directory managers:
Determine Data Owner
It is not always obvious who owns a directory. In order to limit the circle and possibly to be able to consult, the information column on the right shows the tab file owner ready.
Here you will find a list of all users who have created files in this directory, including the number and size of said files.
In this example, it would appear that Torsten is either the Data Owner, or at least the right person to contact to determine the correct Data Owner.