Missing ACL's


#1

What is the status of ACL’s in RT2? I was looking around and found a few
missing. Attached is a patch to implement the ShowTicketComments in the
display of transactions of a ticket.

Other smaal issues: The Makefile is read-only in the distribution which is
anoying if you install as a non-root user. The etc directory and all the files
in the installation directory are also read-only (also problem when installing
non-root).

Currently the web inteface allows adding users to the pseudogroups. This is
maybe confusing.

– arthur de jong - arthur@west.nl - west consulting b.v. –

commentacl.patch (593 Bytes)


#2

What is the status of ACL’s in RT2?

I’d thought they were pretty much complete.

I was looking around and found a few
missing. Attached is a patch to implement the ShowTicketComments in the
display of transactions of a ticket.

nod thanks. This will definitely clean things up. Though you should note that
the user wouldn’t have been able to see anything about the transaction, since
Transaction::_Value does an ACL check that blocks users without hte right to
see comments from seeing comments. :slight_smile:

What else have you found missing?

Other smaal issues: The Makefile is read-only in the distribution which is
anoying if you install as a non-root user. The etc directory and all the files
in the installation directory are also read-only (also problem when installing
non-root).

nod I need to figure out how to beat CVS into submission. It’s been
’fixing’ the acls on the Makefile and etc.

Currently the web inteface allows adding users to the pseudogroups. This is
maybe confusing.

Good catch. That should definitely get fixed.

– arthur de jong - arthur@west.nl - west consulting b.v. –

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