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 ====== Set up further organizations ====== ====== Set up further organizations ======
  
-==== When it is advisable to set up further organizations ? ====+===== When it is advisable to set up further organizations ? =====
  
 Admidio can manage multiple organizations. All data has always been stored as a function of one organization. After the initial installation of Admidio, one organization is available, which can be further set up. Via a wizard, any number of additional organizations can be added later. Admidio can manage multiple organizations. All data has always been stored as a function of one organization. After the initial installation of Admidio, one organization is available, which can be further set up. Via a wizard, any number of additional organizations can be added later.
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 Organizations that share an Admidio database can access a common person master. If a user works in more than one of these organizations, only **one** profile is stored for him in the database, which is displayed in all organizations. If the user updates this in organization X, organization Y can view this directly. The assignment to the organizations can be done here, as usual, freely by role assignments. Users with the appropriate rights can access the complete person master and thus make a user, who was previously only set up in organization X, conveniently also a member of their own organization through role assignment. The rights management is still role-dependent, so that a user can be an administrator in one organization and only have the right to maintain his profile in the other organization. Organizations that share an Admidio database can access a common person master. If a user works in more than one of these organizations, only **one** profile is stored for him in the database, which is displayed in all organizations. If the user updates this in organization X, organization Y can view this directly. The assignment to the organizations can be done here, as usual, freely by role assignments. Users with the appropriate rights can access the complete person master and thus make a user, who was previously only set up in organization X, conveniently also a member of their own organization through role assignment. The rights management is still role-dependent, so that a user can be an administrator in one organization and only have the right to maintain his profile in the other organization.
  
-==== How do I set up another organization? ====+===== How do I set up another organization? =====
  
   - Log in to your Admidio installation as administrator and start the wizard to add another organization. You can find the wizard in the settings under Organization. Select the link **Add another organization**.\\ {{:en:2.0:documentation:orga:orga_assistant_1.png?400|}}   - Log in to your Admidio installation as administrator and start the wizard to add another organization. You can find the wizard in the settings under Organization. Select the link **Add another organization**.\\ {{:en:2.0:documentation:orga:orga_assistant_1.png?400|}}
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   - If you now call the login dialog, a new field **Organization** appears where you can select the previous and the new organization. Here always the organization from the parameter ''$g_organization'' [[en:2.0:konfigurationsdatei_config.php|of the configuration file]] is preselected. To log in to the other organization, it must be selected and the user must be a member of at least one role of that organization.\\ {{:en:2.0:documentation:orga:orga_select_box.png?300|Selecting the organization}}   - If you now call the login dialog, a new field **Organization** appears where you can select the previous and the new organization. Here always the organization from the parameter ''$g_organization'' [[en:2.0:konfigurationsdatei_config.php|of the configuration file]] is preselected. To log in to the other organization, it must be selected and the user must be a member of at least one role of that organization.\\ {{:en:2.0:documentation:orga:orga_select_box.png?300|Selecting the organization}}
  
-==== How do I set up a separate installation of another organization ? ====+===== How do I set up a separate installation of another organization ? =====
 If you have set up more than one organization in your database, there is only one organization from which the data for logged out users is displayed. This is the organization from the parameter ''$g_organization'' [[en:2.0:konfigurationsdatei_config.php|of the configuration file]]. The other organizations can be selected during login and are therefore only available to logged in users.\\ \\  If you have set up more than one organization in your database, there is only one organization from which the data for logged out users is displayed. This is the organization from the parameter ''$g_organization'' [[en:2.0:konfigurationsdatei_config.php|of the configuration file]]. The other organizations can be selected during login and are therefore only available to logged in users.\\ \\ 
 However, if you want to run other organizations as a standalone website, where the data is displayed even when logged out, you need to set up separate Admidio installations for these organizations.\\ \\  However, if you want to run other organizations as a standalone website, where the data is displayed even when logged out, you need to set up separate Admidio installations for these organizations.\\ \\ 
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