I need to grant external access to a variety of individuals and plan to partition access to content by linking multiple different work spaces to a single Beehive Online Group. Is that possible? It seems like it should be but then I read about how the workspace is linked to a group by having the exact same name with underscores and the word Workspace added (Example_Online_Group_Workspace)... if it is exact name match then linking multiple workspaces doesn't seem to make sense.
Second set of questions:
If I access Beehive Workspaces via Outlook I can see all of my shared Workspaces and I have permission to create a new Workspace in that interface. However, if I go to beehiveonline.oracle.com and try to create a Workspace there I do not have the appropriate permission level to create in that location.
Can I create in the regular Beehive and still link to the Online Group or do I have to create from the beehiveonline link? If I have to create from beehiveonline, how do I gain access? Will it automatically be granted once my Group is approved?
It seems like there is some invisible line depending on where/how the work space is created...
Thanks for your help! Mindy Barenblat
There is a linkage between the group and the workspace but that is a default one to connect the 2 entities which are normally standalone.
If you need to you can create workspaces - if you have the workspace creation role - and add members drawn from the group manually - or even add the group as a group entity.
Beehive is a completely standalone system - there is no connection between stbeehive and beehiveonline so all related activities have to be done on the same system.