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  • Field level security using Acegi

    Hi All,
    I am new to Spring and Acegi. I need to implement implement field level security using Acegi, like, field "age" is editable by a person of role A but not-editable by a person of role B.
    Please advice !!

    --Mayank

  • #2
    Hello,

    we performed this using the "domain objects security " functionnality in acegi. This is also called "ACLs".
    Unfortunately we found several bugs in the current implementation of acegi (1.0.5), these bugs are planned to be fixed in acegi 2.

    We made some fixes in the code, but we did not release them yet.

    Hope this helps

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    • #3
      Originally posted by akram View Post
      Hello,

      we performed this using the "domain objects security " functionnality in acegi. This is also called "ACLs".
      Unfortunately we found several bugs in the current implementation of acegi (1.0.5), these bugs are planned to be fixed in acegi 2.

      We made some fixes in the code, but we did not release them yet.

      Hope this helps
      I would be curious if you have more details on how you implemented field-level security. It would seem that you would have to make a few extensions to the ACL classes to do this as the currently implementation only handles object level security.

      Thanks,

      -Troy

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      • #4
        Field Level Security with Drools

        This may be of some use:

        code.google.com/p/dynamic-rule-security/

        It maybe sufficient for what you're trying to accomplish.

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