[development] Granular Permissions for Administer Content Types
shai at content2zero.com
Sat Dec 5 07:24:37 UTC 2009
I'm not talking about node permissions per content type. I'm talking
about permissions relating to creating content-types. Right now there
is only one permission called "administer content-types."
With nodes you have the super-permission, "administer nodes" and then
you have all that detail stuff re: nodes per content type (create,
edit, delete). I'm interested in something similar, for the content-
types themselves (not the nodes).
The idea I have is for a kind of "wiki" database site where users
could create a content type and then populate it with an import, add
records and/or invite others to create/edit records. All data would be
exportable. The creator of the content-type is the only user who could
administer the content type.
Enjoy that scootch :)
On Dec 5, 2009, at 1:25 AM, Jerad Bitner <sirkitree at gmail.com> wrote:
> 'Create [content type]' should already be there - then there is 'edit
> all [content type]', 'delete all [content type]' as well as 'edit own
> [content type]' and 'delete own [content type]'.
> Are you looking for 'administer [content type]' to do more than this?
> Maybe I've had too much scotch tonight? Am I misunderstanding the
> On Fri, Dec 4, 2009 at 10:48 PM, Shai Gluskin
> <shai at content2zero.com> wrote:
>> Anyone know of a module that adds granual permissions to "administer
>> I'm looking for
>> * create content-type
>> * administer own content-type
>> If the module does't aleady exist... I'm wondering about approaches
>> making it. It seems like simply adding a contenttype-user table is
>> the key
>> first step. But I don't know a lot about Drupal's access control
>> Shai Gluskin
> ~Jerad Bitner
> CTO ~ Rapid Waters Development
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