continuing-cyan
continuing-cyan11mo ago

access control condition not working

accessControlProvider={{
can: async ({ resource, action }) => {
let can = false;
const role = getUserRole();

if (role !== undefined && resource) {
switch (role) {
case Role.user:
can = resource.startsWith('user/');
break;
case Role.admin:
can = resource.startsWith('admin/');
break;
default:
console.log("Unknown Role");
break;
}
}

return Promise.resolve({ can });
},
}}
accessControlProvider={{
can: async ({ resource, action }) => {
let can = false;
const role = getUserRole();

if (role !== undefined && resource) {
switch (role) {
case Role.user:
can = resource.startsWith('user/');
break;
case Role.admin:
can = resource.startsWith('admin/');
break;
default:
console.log("Unknown Role");
break;
}
}

return Promise.resolve({ can });
},
}}
This route is still being called the first time I logged in as an user. It should not be called.
<Route path="users">
<Route index element={<UserList />} />
<Route path="create" element={<UserCreate />} />
<Route path="edit/:id" element={<UserEdit />} />
<Route path="show/:id" element={<UserShow />} />
</Route>
<Route path="users">
<Route index element={<UserList />} />
<Route path="create" element={<UserCreate />} />
<Route path="edit/:id" element={<UserEdit />} />
<Route path="show/:id" element={<UserShow />} />
</Route>
9 Replies
kapa.ai
kapa.ai11mo ago
Hi @tads8799. I'm kapa.ai, your friendly support bot. I will try to answer your question by searching through the knowledge base. :wave: ---------------------- In refine, the accessControlProvider is used to enforce authorization on every request sent from the app. However, it doesn't enforce access control by itself. You need to wrap protected routes with the <CanAccess> component to enforce access control. Here is an example of how to use the <CanAccess> component to protect your routes:
<Route path="users">
<CanAccess
fallback={<div>Unauthorized!</div>}
>
<Route index element={<UserList />} />
<Route path="create" element={<UserCreate />} />
<Route path="edit/:id" element={<UserEdit />} />
<Route path="show/:id" element={<UserShow />} />
</CanAccess>
</Route>
<Route path="users">
<CanAccess
fallback={<div>Unauthorized!</div>}
>
<Route index element={<UserList />} />
<Route path="create" element={<UserCreate />} />
<Route path="edit/:id" element={<UserEdit />} />
<Route path="show/:id" element={<UserShow />} />
</CanAccess>
</Route>
In this example, the fallback prop is used to display a message when the user is unauthorized. You can customize this to suit your needs. For more information, you can refer to the React Router Access Control (https://refine.dev/docs/packages/documentation/routers/react-router-v6/#usage-with-access-control-providers) documentation. ---------------------- Note: you can ask me a follow up question by @ mentioning me again :speech_balloon: ----------------------
kapa.ai
kapa.ai11mo ago
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continuing-cyan
continuing-cyan11mo ago
provide example with <Route path="users" /> <Route path="admin"/> base on the code snippet from the beginning @kapa.ai
kapa.ai
kapa.ai11mo ago
Let me check the knowledge base for you. One moment! :books: ---------------------- Sure, based on your initial code snippet, you can protect your "users" and "admin" routes using the <CanAccess> component like this:
<Route path="users">
<CanAccess
resource="user"
action="read"
fallback={{<div>Unauthorized!</div>}}
>
<Route index element={{<UserList />}} />
<Route path="create" element={{<UserCreate />}} />
<Route path="edit/:id" element={{<UserEdit />}} />
<Route path="show/:id" element={{<UserShow />}} />
</CanAccess>
</Route>

<Route path="admin">
<CanAccess
resource="admin"
action="read"
fallback={{<div>Unauthorized!</div>}}
>
<Route index element={{<AdminList />}} />
<Route path="create" element={{<AdminCreate />}} />
<Route path="edit/:id" element={{<AdminEdit />}} />
<Route path="show/:id" element={{<AdminShow />}} />
</CanAccess>
</Route>
<Route path="users">
<CanAccess
resource="user"
action="read"
fallback={{<div>Unauthorized!</div>}}
>
<Route index element={{<UserList />}} />
<Route path="create" element={{<UserCreate />}} />
<Route path="edit/:id" element={{<UserEdit />}} />
<Route path="show/:id" element={{<UserShow />}} />
</CanAccess>
</Route>

<Route path="admin">
<CanAccess
resource="admin"
action="read"
fallback={{<div>Unauthorized!</div>}}
>
<Route index element={{<AdminList />}} />
<Route path="create" element={{<AdminCreate />}} />
<Route path="edit/:id" element={{<AdminEdit />}} />
<Route path="show/:id" element={{<AdminShow />}} />
</CanAccess>
</Route>
In this example, the resource prop in <CanAccess> is set to either "user" or "admin" based on the route, and the action prop is set to "read". This means that the <CanAccess> component will call the can method of your accessControlProvider with { resource: "user", action: "read" } or { resource: "admin", action: "read" } respectively. If the can method returns { can: false }, the fallback will be rendered. Please replace <UserList />, <UserCreate />, <UserEdit />, <UserShow />, <AdminList />, <AdminCreate />, <AdminEdit />, and <AdminShow /> with your actual components. For more information, you can refer to the Access Control (https://refine.dev/docs/advanced-tutorials/access-control/) documentation. ---------------------- Note: you can ask me a follow up question by @ mentioning me again :speech_balloon: ----------------------
kapa.ai
kapa.ai11mo ago
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continuing-cyan
continuing-cyan11mo ago
ll component children of <Routes> must be a <Route> or <React.Fragment> @kapa.ai
kapa.ai
kapa.ai11mo ago
Let me check the knowledge base for you. One moment! :books: ---------------------- The error message you're seeing is from React Router, which is used by refine for routing. It means that all direct children of the <Routes> component must be either a <Route> or a <React.Fragment>. Here's an example of how to correctly use the <Routes> component:
<Routes>
<Route path="users" element={<UserList />} />
<Route path="admin" element={<AdminList />} />
</Routes>
<Routes>
<Route path="users" element={<UserList />} />
<Route path="admin" element={<AdminList />} />
</Routes>
In this example, both children of <Routes> are <Route> components. If you want to group several routes together, you can use a <React.Fragment>:
<Routes>
<React.Fragment>
<Route path="users" element={<UserList />} />
<Route path="admin" element={<AdminList />} />
</React.Fragment>
</Routes>
<Routes>
<React.Fragment>
<Route path="users" element={<UserList />} />
<Route path="admin" element={<AdminList />} />
</React.Fragment>
</Routes>
If you're seeing this error, it means that you have a child of <Routes> that is not a <Route> or a <React.Fragment>. You should check your code to make sure all children of <Routes> are one of these two types. For more information, you can refer to the React Router documentation (https://reactrouter.com/docs/en/v6/getting-started/overview) or the refine documentation on routing (https://refine.dev/docs/packages/documentation/routers/react-router-v6/). ---------------------- Note: you can ask me a follow up question by @ mentioning me again :speech_balloon: ----------------------
kapa.ai
kapa.ai11mo ago
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Omer
Omer11mo ago
Hey @tads8799 , Have you tried wrapping the Outlet component with the <CanAccess /> component? For more detailed information, you can visit: https://refine.dev/docs/packages/documentation/routers/react-router-v6/#usage-with-access-control-providers
React Router v6 | refine
refine provides router bindings and utilities for React Router v6. It is built on top of the react-router-dom package. This package will provide easy integration between refine and react-router-dom for both existing projects and new projects.