Role Inheritance Bundle

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eZ Platform Role Inheritance Bundle

This is an eZ Platform bundle which provides user role inheritance.

This is different from the built-in User Group inheritance because it allows for fine-grained, easy management of user roles that doesn't depend on groups.

(This is an eZ Platform port of permissions-inheritance-bundle.)

Installation

  • Run composer require:
$ composer require contextualcode/ezplatform-role-inheritance-bundle
  • Enable this bundle in app/AppKernel.php file by adding next line in registerBundles method:
    public function registerBundles()
    {
        $bundles = array(
            ...
            new ContextualCode\EzPlatformRoleInheritanceBundle\ContextualCodeEzPlatformRoleInheritanceBundle(),
        );
  • Add the routes to your app/config/routing.yml:
contextual_code_ez_platform_role_inheritance:
    resource: "@ContextualCodeEzPlatformRoleInheritanceBundle/Resources/config/routing.yml"
    prefix:   /
  • Create new custom database tables:
$ cat vendor/contextualcode/ezplatform-role-inheritance-bundle/src/ContextualCode/EzPlatformRoleInheritanceBundle/SQL/MySQL/schema.sql | mysql -u <username -p<password> <database_name>

Note: If you are upgrading from an eZ 5.x install that was using contextualcode/permissions-inheritance-bundle, please instead run the upgrade SQL to retain your old role inheritances:

$ cat vendor/contextualcode/ezplatform-role-inheritance-bundle/src/ContextualCode/EzPlatformRoleInheritanceBundle/SQL/MySQL/upgrade.sql | mysql -u <username -p<password> <database_name>
  • Done.

Usage

  1. Just open the role view page in the admin UI. There will be new functionality to add parent/child roles, in the "Role Inheritances" tab.
  2. Additional code needs to be executed to assign inherited roles to the user: you must call the function handleUserChildRoles($userId) of RoleInheritanceService. You can use a custom login handler/event listener or any other way to call that code. For example, you can create AppBundle\Security\User\Provider.php that extends eZ\Publish\Core\MVC\Symfony\Security\User\Provider. Add the RoleInheritanceService to the constructor, and override the refreshUser function to add these lines to load the inherited roles:
$userId = $user->getAPIUser()->contentInfo->id;
$this->roleInheritanceService->handleUserChildRoles($userId);

Then you must set security.providers.ezpublish.id to use the id of this new Provider. Now users will inherit roles set in the admin UI.

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