Commit c3a33996 authored by eharstad's avatar eharstad
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Merge branch 'globus-docs-update' into 'master'

updating globus file sharing documentation

See merge request !243
parents 49adf4e0 7709154a
......@@ -29,21 +29,21 @@ writable shared endpoints in your `work` directory (or `/shared`).
{{< figure src="/images/sharedEndpoint.png" >}}
{{< figure src="/images/shareButton.png" >}}
2. In the 'Path' box, enter the full path to the directory you
2. Click on 'Add a Guest Collection'. In the 'Path' box, enter the full path to the directory you
would like to share.  Only files under this directory will be shared
to the endpoint users you grant access.  Enter a descriptive endpoint
name and provide a
short description of the endpoint if you wish. Finally, click 'Create Share'.
{{< figure src="/images/createShare.png" >}}
3. Type the Globus ID (or group name) of the user (or group) to whom you would like to grant
access to this endpoint.  Next enter the *relative path* of the
3. To share the endpoint with someone, click on 'Add Permissions -- Share With'.  Next enter the *relative path* of the
directory that this user should be able to access.  For example, if
the source path of your shared endpoint
is `/work/<groupid>/<userid>/share` but you would like your
colleague to only have access
to `/work/<groupid>/<userid>/share/dataX`, then the 'Path' should be
entered as simply `/dataX`.  Finally, click the blue 'Add Permission' button.
entered as simply `/dataX`.  Under 'Username or Email' type the Globus ID (or group name if you have selected 'group') of the user (or group) to whom you would like to grant
access.  Finally, click the blue 'Add Permission' button.
 You should see the user or group added to the list.
{{< figure src="/images/addPermission.png" >}}
{{< figure src="/images/sharedGroup.png" >}}
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