app.nameproperty found in the
app.name:+ "ALL" is sufficient (so e.g. "cbioportal:ALL").
cancer_studytable. Changes to these tables become effective the next time the user logs in.
GROUPScolumn. This same group name can be used in the
AUTHORITYcolumn of the
authoritiestable mentioned above.
GROUPSfield, adding your "TEST_GROUP1" to it. :warning: This is a
;separated column, so if you want a study to be part of multiple groups, separate them with
GROUPSalready has a value (like for study 93 in example above) then add ";TEST_GROUP1" to ensure existing groups are not ovewritten.
userstables, you can set the property
always_show_study_groupin portal.properties file. For example, you can set:
GROUPSof the table
cancer_studyto indicate which studies should be always shown to any authenticated user, regardless of authorization configurations.
always_show_study_groupis set as indicated above and the
cancer_studytable contents are set to the following:
brca_tcgawill be visible to any authenticated user while the study
acc_tcgawill be visible only to users configured to be part of