Commit 0be63ad5 authored by Maël Kervella's avatar Maël Kervella

Use the use_api permission to access API

parent 0c7e944b
# -*- mode: python; coding: utf-8 -*-
# Re2o est un logiciel d'administration développé initiallement au rezometz. Il
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# Copyright © 2018 Maël Kervella
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"""api.acl
Here are defined some functions to check acl on the application.
"""
from django.conf import settings
def can_view(user):
"""Check if an user can view the application.
Args:
user: The user who wants to view the application.
Returns:
A couple (allowed, msg) where allowed is a boolean which is True if
viewing is granted and msg is a message (can be None).
"""
kwargs = {
'app_label': settings.API_CONTENT_TYPE_APP_LABEL,
'codename': settings.API_PERMISSION_CODENAME
}
can = user.has_perm('%(app_label)s.%(codename)s' % kwargs)
return can, None if can else "Vous ne pouvez pas voir cette application."
from rest_framework import permissions
from re2o.acl import can_create, can_edit, can_delete, can_view_all
from . import acl
def can_see_api(_):
return lambda user: acl.can_view(user)
class DefaultACLPermission(permissions.BasePermission):
"""
Permission subclass in charge of checking the ACL to determine
if a user can access the models
"""
perms_map = {
'GET': [lambda model: model.can_view_all],
'OPTIONS': [lambda model: model.can_view_all],
'HEAD': [lambda model: model.can_view_all],
'POST': [lambda model: model.can_create],
'GET': [can_see_api, lambda model: model.can_view_all],
'OPTIONS': [can_see_api, lambda model: model.can_view_all],
'HEAD': [can_see_api, lambda model: model.can_view_all],
'POST': [can_see_api, lambda model: model.can_create],
#'PUT': [],
#'PATCH': [],
#'DELETE': [],
}
perms_obj_map = {
'GET': [lambda obj: obj.can_view],
'OPTIONS': [lambda obj: obj.can_view],
'HEAD': [lambda obj: obj.can_view],
'GET': [can_see_api, lambda obj: obj.can_view],
'OPTIONS': [can_see_api, lambda obj: obj.can_view],
'HEAD': [can_see_api, lambda obj: obj.can_view],
#'POST': [],
'PUT': [lambda obj: obj.can_edit],
'PUT': [can_see_api, lambda obj: obj.can_edit],
#'PATCH': [],
'DELETE': [lambda obj: obj.can_delete],
'DELETE': [can_see_api, lambda obj: obj.can_delete],
}
def get_required_permissions(self, method, model):
......
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