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CakePHP AclComponent - ACOs, AROs and Mapping
February 29, 2012 @ 11:38:12

On the Refulz blog they've posted the next in their series about access control in CakePHP applications. In this new article they look at Access Request Objects (AROs) and Access Control Objects (ACOs) and how they can be managed via the built-in ACL functionality.

Continuing with Access Control Lists, we will read about the two Access Control Lists and their mapping. The Access Request Objects (AROs) are a list of the things that seek permissions and the Access Control Objects (ACOs) are the resources on which permissions are required. Both the lists are maintained in the tow tables, namely aros and acos respectively.

Included in the post is the SQL you'll need to create the tables for the system to use as well as some basic code to use the AclComponent with the ACOs/AROs. They also show how to use the parentNode method to create parent/child relationships between the objects.

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