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class PermissionSet

PermissionSet is a simple class that encapsulates object permissions and provide methods to query/change all or certain permissions. An instance of this class is passed to the OnGetCustomPagePermissions event to customize page-level permissions.

 

Querying permissions

The following methods can be used to query the current state of a class instance. All functions return Boolean.

 

 

Signature

Description

hasViewGrant()

Returns whether the current user can view records.

hasAddGrant()

Returns whether the current user can add records.

hasEditGrant()

Returns whether the current user can edit records.

hasDeleteGrant()

Returns whether the current user can delete records.

hasAdminGrant()

Returns whether the current user has admin privileges for the current page.

 

 

Changing permissions

The following methods can be used to change the current state of a class instance. All parameters are Boolean.

 

Signature

Description

setViewGrant($value)

Allows the current user to view records.

setAddGrant($value)

Allows the current user to add records.

setEditGrant($value)

Allows the current user to edit records.

setDeleteGrant($value)

Allows the current user to delete records.

setAdminGrant($value)

Grants the current user admin privileges for the current page.

setGrants($view, $add, $edit, $delete)

Sets all page permissions at once.



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