enableFields is missing a hook to manipulate the generated clause
|Status:||Needs Feedback||Start date:||2009-04-01|
|Priority:||Should have||Due date:|
|Assignee:||Georg Ringer||% Done:||
I need a hook to change the enableFields and there is currently a hook but this just adds data and there is no chance to change the clause.
I need this to show links to special user groups how a page looks like for other groups and to fetch the page content with special get params
(issue imported from #M10822)
|related to Core - Bug #20315: addEnableColumns-hook in class t3lib_page not working for...||Closed||2009-04-15|
Updated by Thorsten Kahler about 1 year ago
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Hi Georg, can this issue be closed?
IMO an auth service is more appropriate for the task described above.
Updated by Georg Ringer about 1 year ago
in general I still would like to have that, however will do that patch tomorrow or so
Updated by Nico de Haen 4 months ago
I would also like to see a possibility to add additional constraints to queries on such a low level. It could enable much more security in frontend.
Currently the only configurable access restriction in the frontend is the storagePid.
I'm working on a generic access control for the frontend (with extbase) and it would be much easier to implement that,
if we could extend the "enableField" functionality (for example with querySettings)