Within a plugin I want to check, if the normal editor running the plugin is within a specific RD user group. Because the editor did not have the ServerManager module assigned, the usual RQL request didn’t work:
<IODATA loginguid="[!guid_login!]"> <ADMINISTRATION> <GROUP guid="[!guid_group!]"> <USERS action="list"/> </GROUP> </ADMINISTRATION> </IODATA>
All RQL requests with <ADMINISTRATION> needs ServerManager module assigned to the user running the request.
What I’m looking for was a similar check which works under the limited rights of a normal editor/author and uses the usual group assignment possibilities of RD within ServerManager.
I found out, that the RQL request to list all content classes within a folder checks for the user’s right on the content classes.
So I created a content class with same name as user group name with a content class authorization package with that properties:
Everyone: Use content class = deny
<user group name>: Use content class = allow
At the end I can check if the folder contains a template named equal to the <user group name> based on following RQL:
<IODATA loginguid="2A51E6531D1A4D02935BBCF4CD05A3EA" sessionkey="421138853e8oC524a665"> <TEMPLATELIST action="load" folderguid="6A6740BC44F7459081BFD1F25B1BF8F6"/> </IODATA>
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