Changes between Version 38 and Version 39 of BluePrintAuthenticationAccess


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Timestamp:
01/13/09 13:08:33 (13 years ago)
Author:
Fran Boon
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Default Roles

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  • BluePrintAuthenticationAccess

    v38 v39  
    3434(NB The Vol module currently uses a separate method)
    3535
    36 We also want to look at linking the AAA t2_person table with the [BluePrintPersonRegistry Person Registry]'s person table
     36We also want to look at whether we should link the AAA t2_person table with the [BluePrintPersonRegistry Person Registry]'s person table
     37
     38here are the current roles currently pre-defined during intiialisation in {{{_db.py}}}:
     39{{{
     40table='t2_group'
     41# Populate table with Default options
     42if not len(db().select(db['%s' % table].ALL)):
     43        # Default
     44    #db['%s' % table].insert(
     45    #    name="Anonymous User",
     46        #)
     47        db['%s' % table].insert(
     48        name="Administrator",
     49        description="System Administrator - can access & make changes to any data",
     50        )
     51    # t2.logged_in is an alternate way of checking for this role
     52        db['%s' % table].insert(
     53        name="Registered User",
     54        description="A registered user in the system (e.g Volunteers, Family)"
     55        )
     56        db['%s' % table].insert(
     57        name="Super User",
     58        description="Global Head of Operations - can access & make changes to any data"
     59        )
     60        db['%s' % table].insert(
     61        name="Regional Admin",
     62        description="Can make changes to any data within a given Region"
     63        )
     64        db['%s' % table].insert(
     65        name="Country Admin",
     66        description="Can make changes to any data within a given Country"
     67        )
     68        db['%s' % table].insert(
     69        name="District Admin",
     70        description="Can make changes to any data within a given District"
     71        )
     72        db['%s' % table].insert(
     73        name="Organisation Admin",
     74        description="Can make changes to any data within a given Organisation"
     75        )
     76        db['%s' % table].insert(
     77        name="Office Admin",
     78        description="Can make changes to any data within a given Office"
     79        )
     80        db['%s' % table].insert(
     81        name="Camp Admin",
     82        description="Can make changes to any data within a given Camp"
     83        )
     84}}}
     85
    3786
    3887=== Implementation ===