Add permissions to allow non-admins to edit DataObjects
Adds handy permissions to allow certain groups and roles to access dataobject records, based on configuration.
This allows, for instance, content administrators access to create/edit and delete records not managed by the core CMS module permissions
Permission: Edit content data objects
Edit and create are bundled into one permission, if you can create you can edit.
Permission: Delete content data objects
This specific permission is provided allowing members to delete dataobject records
Permission: View content data objects
Anonymous users can view a dataobject, this allows permission checks to pass in your project controllers for published URLs and preview links.
When adding access to administration areas that list the relevant dataobjects, ensure you check this permission as well.
This extension is suitable for content-related dataobjects where adding access does not have implications for the privacy of any data.
If you have data records that require specific permissions, specify these within those DataObjects rather than using this extension.
composer require nswdpc/silverstripe-dataobject-editable
Extend your DataObject to add the Edit/Create/View permissions as part of your project yaml configuration
--- Name: 'app-content-permissions' ---- My\Content\DataObject: extensions: - 'NSWDPC\DataObjectEditable\Extensions\DataObjectExtension'
After building and flushing, you will see Edit/View/Create content dataobjects permission in the Permissions tab of the Security section.
Checking one or more of these will provide that permission to the configured dataobject(s)
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