Start Updating inheritable properties in publishing site

Updating inheritable properties in publishing site

Both are created from Site Settings, either at the content type hub or site level.

Where we have identified any third party copyright information you will need to obtain permission from the copyright holders concerned.

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An object will only receive “inherited” permissions from its “parent object” that has individual permissions set on it.

Meaning, that if a Site has a particular set of permissions, and a Folder on that site has it own permissions, then File Assets, Pages, etc., that reside in that Folder will inherit permissions from the to content contributors based on the Role permissions given to the parent objects.

No manual message passing and serialization of data is required, property updates and signal emission on the C side get automatically transmitted to the potentially remotely running HTML clients.