[Grok-dev] remove roles vom principal
j.adner at fh-sm.de
Tue Sep 23 07:57:12 EDT 2008
ja, that's working. All roles are now removed. I saw this function in
the interface description, but I'm confused. "unset" sounds more as
unsetting the role just like the function "removeFrom..." do it.
Thanks for your help!
Sebastian Ware schrieb:
> There is something called:
> def unsetRoleForPrincipal(role_id, principal_id):
> """Unset the role for the principal."""
> I don't know if it is available in the code below, but you could try.
> The general way to learn more about how different components work is
> really to look at the source code. Go to your egg-folder and find the
> You will get many hints by looking at the different tests and doctests.
> Examining the interfaces and actual code is quite useful too.
> Mvh Sebastian
> 23 sep 2008 kl. 12.07 skrev Jens Adner:
>> I did assign three roles to my ldap principal, and remove two of them
>> later again:
>> [(u'mysite.Member', PermissionSetting: Deny), (u'mysite.Member3',
>> PermissionSetting: Deny), (u'mysite.Member2', PermissionSetting: Allow)]
>> I do this by removing all roles for a principal first and assign a
>> specific role to this principal in a second step.
>> This is my code for removing:
>> prm = IPrincipalRoleManager(app)
>> ## first remove all roles from principal
>> for role in rolesForRemove:
>> My question is, how can I remove these roles forever, the function above
>> does not erase the roles, just setting them to "Deny".
>> Maybe this is a feature and I did not understand it ;-)
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