Module - Module Grants

Module Grants makes modules that deal with content access permissions operate better on unpublished (as well as published) content. It also makes sure that access grants behave in an orderly fashion when such modules are used together.
  • Access grants are tested for unpublished content just as they are for published content
  • Allows modules that feature fine-grained access control (e.g. Workflow, TAC-Lite) to work together
  • While Module Grants' raison d'etre is to act as a catalyst amongst other modules when dealing with unpublished content and/or fine-grained access control, it does come with a handy feature of its own via the Module Grants Monitor submodule, which is bundled with the package download. After enabling Module Grants Monitor, a new item,Accessible content, appears in your navigation menu. Clicking on it reveals a summary of all the content the logged-in user has access to (i.e. view, edit) after access controls have been applied by the content access modules installed on your site. So if you have Workflow installed then what's editable to you and what's only viewable to you will depend on the workflow state the content is in. With the TAC-Lite module enabled it will depend on the vocabulary term(s) used in the content.
  • Thanks to dankh, Module Grants now also has Viewssupport, allowing you to add to your views edit and delete links that properly honour permissions (check out Module Grants 6.x-3.x-dev or 6.x-3.8)
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