On 03/18/2014 01:09 PM, Petr Vobornik wrote:
New revision for patch patch #557 attached.
On 17.3.2014 15:22, Petr Viktorin wrote:
On 03/14/2014 06:47 PM, Petr Vobornik wrote:
Main ACI UI changes are in patch #557. The rest are prerequisites.
With this UI it is impossible to change from "Type-based" permissions to
"General" ones. This seems to be remaining from the old model where
permissions were type/filter/subtree/targetgroup were "classes" of a
permission rather than co-existing as attributes.
Rather the Target section should IMO look the same for all (non-managed)
permissions, with the first items being:
Type: [drop-down with a None option]
Subtree: [textbox that is disabled when a Type is selected]
The Subtree should be a one-line textbox. It would be acceptable if the
whole DN doesn't always fit, it's the first part that's important.
Remember to only send Subtree if Type is (staying as | being set to)
Also, the Add dialog should use this instead of the "Define by".
With managed permissions, if I try to change both included/excluded
attribute list and the effective attributes, I get a validation error,
which is good in CLI but it doesn't work well for the UI.
I think it would be better to move "Managed permission overrides" below
"Target", and make it read-only. And perhaps rename it to something like
Managing the included/excluded lists directly is only useful for
upgrades with a heavily customized policy, and for upgrades you need the
CLI anyway. Normally, having only the attribute list editable should be
For SYSTEM permissions (those which only have the SYSTEM flag), such as
'Add Automember Rebuild Membership Task', Permissions should not be
For old-style permissions (those without any flags), nothing is editable
but everything should be. The attributelevelrights are missing because
the entry doesn't have the ipaPermissionV2 objectclass yet (although
it's being reported, which is "my" bug -- #4257).
Fields were set to be editable if attributes level rights are missing.
That solves things for normal legacy permissions, but not for the SYSTEM
ones - those should be completely read-only.
Also, changing the Permisisons checkboxes on these permissions doesn't
mark them dirty.
Otherwise the patches work great!
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