[geeklog-devel] GL2 ACL
tony at tonybibbs.com
Mon Dec 13 20:54:25 EST 2004
Ok, I did some digging around in the archives looking for what we had
discussed for Access Control Lists (ACL) in Geeklog 2. Vinny
Vinny, is this still the direction you are thinking of? If so I have a
- the acl table listed has an id field as the PK. Right after that is
an item field which, I assume is a foreign key to the item table. So
what's the relation between the acl table and item table? 1-to-1?
- So your goal, to be clear, is to be able to, on a user-by-user bases
or group-by-group basis control access to an item. What's the
performance implication on this?
For the others on the list, this has nothing to do with the
Auth_Enterprise work that has been done. Auth_Enterprise controls
access to the application, the ACL's build on that by providing detailed
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