correct-apricot
correct-apricot10mo ago

Combine Access Control of Refine with GetPermission API of strapiV4

Is there any way to combine getPermission API of StrapiV4 with Access Control of Refine using RBAC. Currenly I have 3 role: Admin, Sale, Customer and I want to base on permission of each role on strapi and assign it to casbin
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kapa.ai
kapa.ai10mo ago
Hi @nghiatieu. I'm kapa.ai, your friendly support bot. I will try to answer your question by searching through the knowledge base. :wave: ---------------------- Based on the information provided in the extracts, refine provides a flexible way to integrate different access control methods such as RBAC, ABAC, ACL, etc., and different libraries like Casbin, CASL, Cerbos, AccessControl.js. The accessControlProvider in refine uses a can method as the entry point for these solutions. In refine, user roles are fetched by authProvider's getPermissions() method. This method can be adjusted to fetch roles from different sources. In the provided extracts, an example is given where roles are fetched from Supabase using Supabase Custom Claims. Here's the adjusted getPermissions() method:
getPermissions: async () => {
const user = supabaseClient.auth.user();

if (!user) {
return Promise.reject();
}

const { data } = await supabaseClient.rpc('get_my_claim', { claim: 'role' });
return Promise.resolve(data);
},
getPermissions: async () => {
const user = supabaseClient.auth.user();

if (!user) {
return Promise.reject();
}

const { data } = await supabaseClient.rpc('get_my_claim', { claim: 'role' });
return Promise.resolve(data);
},
In your case, you would need to adjust this method to fetch roles from StrapiV4's getPermission API. The can method in the accessControlProvider uses the role fetched by getPermissions() to enforce access control. Here's how the can method looks like:
export const accessControlProvider = {
can: async ({ resource, action }: CanParams): Promise<CanReturnType> => {
const role = await authProvider.getPermissions();

const enforcer = await newEnforcer(model, adapter);
const can = await enforcer.enforce(role, resource, action);

return Promise.resolve({
can,
});
}
};
export const accessControlProvider = {
can: async ({ resource, action }: CanParams): Promise<CanReturnType> => {
const role = await authProvider.getPermissions();

const enforcer = await newEnforcer(model, adapter);
const can = await enforcer.enforce(role, resource, action);

return Promise.resolve({
can,
});
}
};
In this method, the role is used with Casbin to enforce access control. You would need to adjust this method to use the permissions fetched from StrapiV4's getPermission API. Please note that the provided extracts do not contain specific information on how to integrate StrapiV4's getPermission API with refine's access control. You would need to refer to the documentation of StrapiV4 and refine for specific instructions on how to do this. Sources: - Access Control Introduction (https://refine.dev/docs/advanced-tutorials/access-control) - User Permissions with Supabase in Refine (https://refine.dev/blog/refine-pixels-6) - Refine can Method for Supabase Custom Roles (https://refine.dev/blog/refine-pixels-6) ---------------------- Note: you can ask me a follow up question by @ mentioning me again :speech_balloon: ----------------------
kapa.ai
kapa.ai10mo ago
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correct-apricot
correct-apricot10mo ago
@kapa.ai can you give me example with strapiv4 @kapa.ai can you give me example with strapiv4
kapa.ai
kapa.ai10mo ago
Let me check the knowledge base for you. One moment! :books: ---------------------- I'm sorry, but the provided extracts do not contain specific examples of integrating StrapiV4's getPermission API with refine's access control. However, I can guide you on a general approach based on the information available. Firstly, you would need to adjust the getPermissions method in your authProvider to fetch roles from StrapiV4's getPermission API. The method might look something like this:
getPermissions: async () => {
// Fetch user permissions from StrapiV4's getPermission API
// This is just a placeholder, replace it with your actual API call
const { data } = await strapiV4.getPermission();

// Return the permissions
return Promise.resolve(data);
},
getPermissions: async () => {
// Fetch user permissions from StrapiV4's getPermission API
// This is just a placeholder, replace it with your actual API call
const { data } = await strapiV4.getPermission();

// Return the permissions
return Promise.resolve(data);
},
Then, you would need to adjust the can method in your accessControlProvider to use the permissions fetched from StrapiV4's getPermission API. The method might look something like this:
can: async ({ resource, action }: CanParams) => {
// Fetch user permissions from authProvider
const permissions = await authProvider.getPermissions();

// Check if the user has the required permission
// This is just a placeholder, replace it with your actual permission check
const can = permissions.includes(`${resource}:${action}`);

// Return the result
return Promise.resolve({ can });
},
can: async ({ resource, action }: CanParams) => {
// Fetch user permissions from authProvider
const permissions = await authProvider.getPermissions();

// Check if the user has the required permission
// This is just a placeholder, replace it with your actual permission check
const can = permissions.includes(`${resource}:${action}`);

// Return the result
return Promise.resolve({ can });
},
Please note that these are just general examples and might not work out of the box. You would need to adjust them based on your specific requirements and the structure of your StrapiV4's getPermission API. For more detailed instructions, you should refer to the documentation of StrapiV4 and refine. Sources: - Refine Auth Provider (https://refine.dev/docs/api-reference/core/providers/auth-provider) - Refine Access Control Provider (https://refine.dev/docs/api-reference/core/providers/accessControl-provider) ---------------------- Note: you can ask me a follow up question by @ mentioning me again :speech_balloon: ----------------------
kapa.ai
kapa.ai10mo ago
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stormy-gold
stormy-gold10mo ago
Hey @nghiatieu, You can send a request to the strapi server to get your active user role in the can method of your accessControlProvider. So, you can use the casbin according to fetch result.
correct-apricot
correct-apricot10mo ago
can you give me more specific example after i fetch user role success @kapa.ai can you give me more specific example after i fetch user role success
kapa.ai
kapa.ai10mo ago
Let me check the knowledge base for you. One moment! :books: ---------------------- Sure, once you have successfully fetched the user roles from StrapiV4, you can use them in refine's authProvider and accessControlProvider. First, you need to set up the getPermissions method in your authProvider to return the roles you fetched from StrapiV4. Here's an example:
getPermissions: async () => {
// Fetch user roles from StrapiV4
// This is just a placeholder, replace it with your actual API call
const { data: roles } = await strapiV4.getUserRoles();

// Return the roles
return Promise.resolve(roles);
},
getPermissions: async () => {
// Fetch user roles from StrapiV4
// This is just a placeholder, replace it with your actual API call
const { data: roles } = await strapiV4.getUserRoles();

// Return the roles
return Promise.resolve(roles);
},
Then, you can use these roles in the can method of your accessControlProvider to enforce access control. Here's an example:
can: async ({ resource, action }: CanParams) => {
// Fetch user roles from authProvider
const roles = await authProvider.getPermissions();

// Check if the user has the required role
// This is just a placeholder, replace it with your actual role check
const can = roles.includes(`role:${resource}:${action}`);

// Return the result
return Promise.resolve({ can });
},
can: async ({ resource, action }: CanParams) => {
// Fetch user roles from authProvider
const roles = await authProvider.getPermissions();

// Check if the user has the required role
// This is just a placeholder, replace it with your actual role check
const can = roles.includes(`role:${resource}:${action}`);

// Return the result
return Promise.resolve({ can });
},
In this example, the can method checks if the user has a role that matches the required resource and action. You would need to adjust this check based on your specific role structure and access control requirements. Please note that these are just general examples and might not work out of the box. You would need to adjust them based on your specific requirements and the structure of your StrapiV4's getUserRoles API. For more detailed instructions, you should refer to the documentation of StrapiV4 and refine. Sources: - Refine Auth Provider (https://refine.dev/docs/api-reference/core/providers/auth-provider) - Refine Access Control Provider (https://refine.dev/docs/api-reference/core/providers/accessControl-provider) ---------------------- Note: you can ask me a follow up question by @ mentioning me again :speech_balloon: ----------------------
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kapa.ai10mo ago
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