I'm using the latest RESTful_ACL plugin - http://github.com/mdarby/restful_acl
- and so far it has fulfilled my app needs...
I control the access to the several models depending on the user's
role and the REST action.
Although, I have a question:
For example, imagine that I have an User, each User can have many
Numbers, and each Number can have many Profiles.
A User can only access his Numbers and hence only the Profiles
associated with each of those Numbers he owns.
Imagine that I have an User 1, which owns the Number 1, which has a
And there's another User 2, which owns the Number 2, which has a
I can protect the access to a particular Number and Profile using
self.is_readable_by(user. object). User 1 is successfully blocked when
trying to access /numbers/2 and /numbers/2/profiles/2
But I'm having problems finding a way to _not_ allow a User to access
the index of Profiles for a Number that he doesn't own.
How could I protect the User 1 from accessing the index of Profiles
belonging to User 2? /numbers/2/profiles