Permission

Overview #

Although it is possible to set permission for dashboard and widget by using enabled() method with custom condition, it is very troublesome because of the repeated codes., for example:

class App extends Application
{
    protected function dashboards()
    {
        return [
            RevenueBoard::create()->enabled(function($request){
                return $request->user()->hasRole("manager");
            }),
            CostBoard::create()->enabled(function($request){
                return $request->user()->hasRole("manager");
            }),
        ];
    }
}

Permit #

To solve this issue, you can create your Permit class which derived from \koolreport\dashboard\Permit, for example:

<?php

class Permit extends \koolreport\dashboard\Permit
{
    protected function beManager($request, $sender)
    {
        return $request->user()->hasRole("manager");
    }
}

and then you can use register your Permit like below.

class App extends Application
{
    protected function permision()
    {
        return Permit::create();
    }

    protected function dashboards()
    {
        return [
            RevenueBoard::create()->enabledWhen("beManager"),
            CostBoard::create()->enabledWhen("beManager"),
        ];
    }
}

Note that when you register Permit class with Application, you can use enabledWhen() with widgets as well, for example:

class SaleBoard extends Dashboard
{
    protected function widgets()
    {
        return [
            BriefTable::create(),
            DetailTable::create()->enabledWhen("beManager")
        ];
    }
}

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