Difference between revisions of "Developing a MVC Component/Adding ACL"
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Revision as of 11:35, 17 December 2011
Somehow the ACL doesn't work on Edit permission for me. It shows both Save & New and Save as Copy buttons when it has no create rights. Gone through the code twice, but cannot see anything wrong with it... Anybody else have same problem? --A2Ggeir 10:19, 6 December 2010 (UTC)
Did a little debug and it seems the values from function canDo() in Helper does not return the right values when it is in edit view.
Result when in listview:
'core.admin' => NULL, 'core.manage' => true, 'core.create' => false, 'core.edit' => true, 'core.delete' => false,
Result when in editview:
'core.admin' => NULL, 'core.manage' => NULL, 'core.create' => true, 'core.edit' => true, 'core.delete' => true,
--A2Ggeir 12:02, 7 December 2010 (UTC)
Delet dosn't work
when you want to delete a message it goes wrong and the message appears:
500 - Es ist ein Fehler aufgetreten
Layout „default“ nicht gefunden
downt know why its not working... maybee some can check this out.
Ok, so I have carefully followed the tutorial to here. What I need to know now is HOW do I allow a user who only has edit.own rights to get to the admin edit for the component??
I tried for a while to create an edit page on the front end, but no luck and no help. It occurred to me that perhaps if I could not bring the mountain to Mohammed, I could get Mohammed access to the mountain. But how to do it without making every user an administrator? Even a manager has too much other access.
"In theory, there's no difference between theory and practice; in practice, there is" --Yogi Berra 10:14, 12 November 2011 (CST) Using v1.7