- Abstract Overview
- Auth Model
- How can I use curl to create stuff in TiddlyWeb?
- How do I set or edit a bag policy?
- I'm running a TiddlyWeb with lots of users and bags. How do I manage access control?
- JSON bag
- Request Overview
- Tiddly Overview
- TiddlyWeb Admin Tasks
- What is a bag for?
- store hooks
A bag is a container of uniquely named tiddlers. A bag can have rules for who can edit, delete or read the tiddlers in the bag. These rules are defined in a policy.
A bag may also have a description field, containing text that describes the purpose of the bag or the meaning of the tiddlers contained within.
The combination of a bag's name and a tiddler's name creates the unique distinguishing name for a tiddler on a server.
You can create and manage bags through the HTTP API or with twanager.
See also What is a bag for?.
- The name of the bag.
- The description of the bag.
- The policy associated with the bag. The default policy allows anyone to do anything with the bag.