This is a port of the README file within the Workbench Module. It may need to be adapted to fit the Handbook style.
Once a user role has access to create content, Workbench becomes immediately useful.
Administer Workbench settings
Only Administrators should have access to this. Workbench without its other modules does not have any configuration settings. It becomes more useful when additional workbench modules are enabled.
Access My Workbench
For any user role who may access their own workbench a.k.a My Workbench
View all unpublished content
Allows a user to see content that is not Published on the site. This becomes even more useful when Workbench Moderation is enabled.
A typical permission setup so that a user can take advantage of Workbench looks like:
By default, the apachesolr Drupal module is set to do an AND search when there are 2 keywords, and then applies some fuzziness with DisMax for 3 or more keywords. This is set via the mm parameter in solrconfig.xml which default to 2<-35%.
You can inhibit this behavior by setting the mm parameter in the query before it is sent to solr: