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Sharepoint 2010; rights on ressource calendar

Posted on 2014-04-14
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Hi there,
I would lile that one person who book a resource as a room on sharepoint 2010 can delete his own booking but not other. How do you do ? What are rigths ?
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Simlip
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If the calendar is just a list (as most things are) within SharePoint 2010, you should be able to set it up so that users can only edit items they have created.  To do this on a normal calendar, follow these steps:

1.  Click the List Settings button which can be found in the section of the ribbon details next: Calendar Tools > Calendar

2.  From within List Settings, choose the "Advance Settings" option.  

From here you should look at the "Item-Level Permission" section.  Under "Create and Edit Access", one of the options is "Create items and edit items that were created by the user" which is what I think you want.
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