schwager wrote:Two years later and this still has not been fixed... Is there any progress on this issue or does Synology simply not plan to fix this problem. If not can anyone please explain to me why, because I cannot imagine that this would be a difficult issue to solve.
Fixing this problem is important to me since I would like to assign subdirectory view rights to individual users, without having to reorganize all my photos into a two-level file tree.
syno.allen wrote:Synology Photo Station was designed to support permission setting down to the second level of folder structure, which would suffice for most users.
schwager wrote:I cannot imagine that this would be a difficult issue to solve.
vicne wrote:Unfortunately, yes, it is
I took a look at the code to see if I could change it, but the database model was designed with only a boolean flag "is_subdir" per share stating if the folder is at the second level or not. Rather silly, isn't it ?
That makes fixing this rather hard without refactroring a large bunch of code, and I guess this is the real reason why it isn't fixed already...
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