I hope you will forgive me for this long winded question, but I am trying to do something that requires a little explaining and I am wondering if there is a module which can help.

I have two groups of users in play here, we will call them Office A and Office B.

I have roles set up for both users. I have a taxonomy set up to denote where the node belongs as well.

I want to allow users with the role Office A to edit the nodes in the taxonomy Office A.

I want to allow users with the role Office B to edit the nodes in the taxonomy Office B.

I do not want to allow users with the role Office A to edit nodes in the taxonomy Office B.

I do not want to allow users with the role Office B to edit nodes in the taxonomy Office A.

All of the node types are stories.

Is there a module which will allow me to determine which roles can edit which nodes based on their taxonomy terms? I looked at Taxonomy Access Control, but it appears to just control which terms can be selected, viewed, etc...

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WorldFallz’s picture

Nope, that's the purpose of taxonomy_access (using taxonomy terms to control access to nodes). There's also tac_lite as well. Another option would be og where each group represents an office-- though for only a couple of offices, it's probably overkill.

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