Can the Access Control access refine hooks

Can the Access Control access refine hooks. Or specifically a data provider i am using that uses refine hooks to gather certain configuration data.
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kapa.ai
kapa.ai4w ago
Hi @Joe Gaffney. I'm kapa.ai, your friendly support bot. I will try to answer your question by searching through the knowledge base. :wave: ---------------------- Yes, the Access Control in Refine can interact with Refine hooks, including those provided by the dataProvider. Specifically, the accessControlProvider in Refine provides a hook called useCan and a component called <CanAccess /> to manage access control. useCan Hook The useCan hook uses the can method from the accessControlProvider and integrates with react-query's useQuery. This allows you to check permissions dynamically within your components. Here is an example of how to use the useCan hook:
const { data } = useCan({
resource: "resource-you-ask-for-access",
action: "action-type-on-resource",
params: { foo: "optional-params" },
queryOptions: {
cacheTime: 5000,
// ... other query options
},
});
const { data } = useCan({
resource: "resource-you-ask-for-access",
action: "action-type-on-resource",
params: { foo: "optional-params" },
queryOptions: {
cacheTime: 5000,
// ... other query options
},
});
<CanAccess /> Component The <CanAccess /> component is a wrapper that uses the useCan hook to check for access control. It takes the same parameters as the can method and also a fallback component. If access is granted, it renders its children; otherwise, it renders the fallback component if provided. Here is an example of how to use the <CanAccess /> component:
<CanAccess
resource="posts"
action="edit"
params={{ id: 1 }}
fallback={<CustomFallback />}
queryOptions={{ cacheTime: 25000 }}
>
<YourComponent />
</CanAccess>
<CanAccess
resource="posts"
action="edit"
params={{ id: 1 }}
fallback={<CustomFallback />}
queryOptions={{ cacheTime: 25000 }}
>
<YourComponent />
</CanAccess>
For more detailed information, you can refer to the Access Control Provider documentation (https://refine.dev/docs/authorization/access-control-provider/#hooks-and-components). Integration with Data Provider Since useCan and <CanAccess /> are hooks and components that can be used within your React components, they can be integrated with other hooks provided by the dataProvider. This means you can use them to conditionally fetch or display data based on access control checks. For example, you can use useCan to check if a user has permission to view a list of resources before calling the useList hook from the dataProvider.
const { data: canViewList } = useCan({
resource: "posts",
action: "list",
});

if (canViewList) {
const { data: listData } = useList({ resource: "posts" });
// Render your list component
}
const { data: canViewList } = useCan({
resource: "posts",
action: "list",
});

if (canViewList) {
const { data: listData } = useList({ resource: "posts" });
// Render your list component
}
This way, you can ensure that your data fetching logic respects the access control rules defined in your accessControlProvider. For more details on the dataProvider hooks, you can refer to the Data Provider documentation (https://refine.dev/docs/data/data-provider/#supported-hooks). By combining these hooks and components, you can create a robust access control system that integrates seamlessly with your data fetching logic in Refine. ---------------------- Note: you can ask me a follow up question by @ mentioning me again :speech_balloon: ----------------------
kapa.ai
kapa.ai4w ago
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ambitious-aqua
ambitious-aqua4w ago
specically i have a context there which i also want to check against in the AcessControlProvider
export const ConfigContext = createContext<IContext | undefined>(undefined);

export const ConfigProvider: React.FC<PropsWithChildren> = ({ children }) => {
const apiUrl = useApiUrl("api");
const [parameters, setParameters] = useState({});
const [collections, setCollections] = useState({});
const { isLoading, data } = useIsAuthenticated();
useCustom({
url: `${apiUrl}/api/get/parameters/parameters`,
method: "get",
dataProviderName: "api",
queryOptions: {
enabled: data?.authenticated || false, // Only run the query if the user is authenticated
onSuccess: (data) => {
const result: any = {};
Object.keys(data?.data).map((item) => {
const current = data?.data[item];
if ("collection" in current && "name" in current && "type" in current) {
if (current["collection"] in result === false) {
result[current["collection"]] = {};
}
result[current["collection"]][current["name"]] = current;
}
});

setParameters(result);
},
},
});


return <ConfigContext.Provider value={{ parameters, collections }}>{children}</ConfigContext.Provider>;
};
export const ConfigContext = createContext<IContext | undefined>(undefined);

export const ConfigProvider: React.FC<PropsWithChildren> = ({ children }) => {
const apiUrl = useApiUrl("api");
const [parameters, setParameters] = useState({});
const [collections, setCollections] = useState({});
const { isLoading, data } = useIsAuthenticated();
useCustom({
url: `${apiUrl}/api/get/parameters/parameters`,
method: "get",
dataProviderName: "api",
queryOptions: {
enabled: data?.authenticated || false, // Only run the query if the user is authenticated
onSuccess: (data) => {
const result: any = {};
Object.keys(data?.data).map((item) => {
const current = data?.data[item];
if ("collection" in current && "name" in current && "type" in current) {
if (current["collection"] in result === false) {
result[current["collection"]] = {};
}
result[current["collection"]][current["name"]] = current;
}
});

setParameters(result);
},
},
});


return <ConfigContext.Provider value={{ parameters, collections }}>{children}</ConfigContext.Provider>;
};
@kapa.ai specically i have a context there which i also want to check against in the AcessControlProvider export const ConfigContext = createContext<IContext | undefined>(undefined); export const ConfigProvider: React.FC<PropsWithChildren> = ({ children }) => { const apiUrl = useApiUrl("api"); const [parameters, setParameters] = useState({}); const [collections, setCollections] = useState({}); const { isLoading, data } = useIsAuthenticated(); useCustom({ url: ${apiUrl}/api/get/parameters/parameters, method: "get", dataProviderName: "api", queryOptions: { enabled: data?.authenticated || false, // Only run the query if the user is authenticated onSuccess: (data) => { const result: any = {}; Object.keys(data?.data).map((item) => { const current = data?.data[item]; if ("collection" in current && "name" in current && "type" in current) { if (current["collection"] in result === false) { result[current["collection"]] = {}; } result[current["collection"]][current["name"]] = current; } }); setParameters(result); }, }, }); return <ConfigContext.Provider value={{ parameters, collections }}>{children}</ConfigContext.Provider>; };
kapa.ai
kapa.ai4w ago
Let me check the knowledge base for you. One moment! :books: ---------------------- To integrate your ConfigContext with the accessControlProvider in Refine, you can follow these steps: 1. Create the ConfigContext and ConfigProvider: This part is already done in your code. You have a context that fetches some configuration data and provides it to the rest of your application. 2. Access the Context in the accessControlProvider: To access the context within the accessControlProvider, you can use the useContext hook. However, since the can method in the accessControlProvider is asynchronous and not a React component, you cannot directly use hooks inside it. Instead, you can create a custom hook to access the context and then use that hook within the can method. Here is how you can achieve this: Step 1: Create the ConfigContext and ConfigProvider
import React, { createContext, useState, useContext, PropsWithChildren } from "react";
import { useApiUrl, useCustom, useIsAuthenticated } from "@refinedev/core";

interface IContext {
parameters: any;
collections: any;
}

export const ConfigContext = createContext<IContext | undefined>(undefined);

export const ConfigProvider: React.FC<PropsWithChildren> = ({ children }) => {
const apiUrl = useApiUrl("api");
const [parameters, setParameters] = useState({});
const [collections, setCollections] = useState({});
const { isLoading, data } = useIsAuthenticated();
useCustom({
url: `${apiUrl}/api/get/parameters/parameters`,
method: "get",
dataProviderName: "api",
queryOptions: {
enabled: data?.authenticated || false, // Only run the query if the user is authenticated
onSuccess: (data) => {
const result: any = {};
Object.keys(data?.data).map((item) => {
const current = data?.data[item];
if ("collection" in current && "name" in current && "type" in current) {
if (current["collection"] in result === false) {
result[current["collection"]] = {};
}
result[current["collection"]][current["name"]] = current;
}
});

setParameters(result);
},
},
});

return <ConfigContext.Provider value={{ parameters, collections }}>{children}</ConfigContext.Provider>;
};
import React, { createContext, useState, useContext, PropsWithChildren } from "react";
import { useApiUrl, useCustom, useIsAuthenticated } from "@refinedev/core";

interface IContext {
parameters: any;
collections: any;
}

export const ConfigContext = createContext<IContext | undefined>(undefined);

export const ConfigProvider: React.FC<PropsWithChildren> = ({ children }) => {
const apiUrl = useApiUrl("api");
const [parameters, setParameters] = useState({});
const [collections, setCollections] = useState({});
const { isLoading, data } = useIsAuthenticated();
useCustom({
url: `${apiUrl}/api/get/parameters/parameters`,
method: "get",
dataProviderName: "api",
queryOptions: {
enabled: data?.authenticated || false, // Only run the query if the user is authenticated
onSuccess: (data) => {
const result: any = {};
Object.keys(data?.data).map((item) => {
const current = data?.data[item];
if ("collection" in current && "name" in current && "type" in current) {
if (current["collection"] in result === false) {
result[current["collection"]] = {};
}
result[current["collection"]][current["name"]] = current;
}
});

setParameters(result);
},
},
});

return <ConfigContext.Provider value={{ parameters, collections }}>{children}</ConfigContext.Provider>;
};
Step 2: Create a Custom Hook to Access the Context
import { useContext } from "react";
import { ConfigContext } from "./ConfigProvider";

export const useConfig = () => {
const context = useContext(ConfigContext);
if (context === undefined) {
throw new Error("useConfig must be used within a ConfigProvider");
}
return context;
};
import { useContext } from "react";
import { ConfigContext } from "./ConfigProvider";

export const useConfig = () => {
const context = useContext(ConfigContext);
if (context === undefined) {
throw new Error("useConfig must be used within a ConfigProvider");
}
return context;
};
Step 3: Use the Custom Hook in the accessControlProvider Since you cannot directly use hooks inside the can method, you can pass the context data to the accessControlProvider when initializing it. ```javascript import { AccessControlProvider } from "@refinedev/core"; import { useConfig } from "./useConfig"; export const accessControlProvider: AccessControlProvider = { can: async ({ resource, action, params }) => { const { parameters, collections } = useConfig(); // Use the context data in your access control logic if (resource === "posts" && action === "edit") { const userRole = getUserRole(); // Assume you have a function to get the user role if (userRole === "admin" && parameters.someCondition) { return ---------------------- Note: you can ask me a follow up question by @ mentioning me again :speech_balloon: ----------------------
kapa.ai
kapa.ai4w ago
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ambitious-aqua
ambitious-aqua4w ago
@kapa.ai thats not quite right as you calling the hook not in a body
kapa.ai
kapa.ai4w ago
Let me check the knowledge base for you. One moment! :books: ---------------------- You're correct. Since hooks cannot be called outside of a React component or another hook, we need to find a way to pass the context data to the accessControlProvider without directly calling the hook inside it. One approach is to initialize the accessControlProvider with a function that can access the context data. This function can be passed down from a component where the context is available. Step 1: Create the ConfigContext and ConfigProvider This part remains the same as in your original code.
import React, { createContext, useState, useContext, PropsWithChildren } from "react";
import { useApiUrl, useCustom, useIsAuthenticated } from "@refinedev/core";

interface IContext {
parameters: any;
collections: any;
}

export const ConfigContext = createContext<IContext | undefined>(undefined);

export const ConfigProvider: React.FC<PropsWithChildren> = ({ children }) => {
const apiUrl = useApiUrl("api");
const [parameters, setParameters] = useState({});
const [collections, setCollections] = useState({});
const { isLoading, data } = useIsAuthenticated();

useCustom({
url: `${apiUrl}/api/get/parameters/parameters`,
method: "get",
dataProviderName: "api",
queryOptions: {
enabled: data?.authenticated || false, // Only run the query if the user is authenticated
onSuccess: (data) => {
const result: any = {};
Object.keys(data?.data).map((item) => {
const current = data?.data[item];
if ("collection" in current && "name" in current && "type" in current) {
if (current["collection"] in result === false) {
result[current["collection"]] = {};
}
result[current["collection"]][current["name"]] = current;
}
});

setParameters(result);
},
},
});
return <ConfigContext.Provider value={{ parameters, collections }}>{children}</ConfigContext.Provider>;
};
import React, { createContext, useState, useContext, PropsWithChildren } from "react";
import { useApiUrl, useCustom, useIsAuthenticated } from "@refinedev/core";

interface IContext {
parameters: any;
collections: any;
}

export const ConfigContext = createContext<IContext | undefined>(undefined);

export const ConfigProvider: React.FC<PropsWithChildren> = ({ children }) => {
const apiUrl = useApiUrl("api");
const [parameters, setParameters] = useState({});
const [collections, setCollections] = useState({});
const { isLoading, data } = useIsAuthenticated();

useCustom({
url: `${apiUrl}/api/get/parameters/parameters`,
method: "get",
dataProviderName: "api",
queryOptions: {
enabled: data?.authenticated || false, // Only run the query if the user is authenticated
onSuccess: (data) => {
const result: any = {};
Object.keys(data?.data).map((item) => {
const current = data?.data[item];
if ("collection" in current && "name" in current && "type" in current) {
if (current["collection"] in result === false) {
result[current["collection"]] = {};
}
result[current["collection"]][current["name"]] = current;
}
});

setParameters(result);
},
},
});
return <ConfigContext.Provider value={{ parameters, collections }}>{children}</ConfigContext.Provider>;
};
Step 2: Create a Custom Hook to Access the Context This part also remains the same.
import { useContext } from "react";
import { ConfigContext } from "./ConfigProvider";

export const useConfig = () => {
const context = useContext(ConfigContext);
if (context === undefined) {
throw new Error("useConfig must be used within a ConfigProvider");
}
return context;
};
import { useContext } from "react";
import { ConfigContext } from "./ConfigProvider";

export const useConfig = () => {
const context = useContext(ConfigContext);
if (context === undefined) {
throw new Error("useConfig must be used within a ConfigProvider");
}
return context;
};
Step 3: Pass Context Data to the accessControlProvider Instead of calling the hook directly inside the accessControlProvider, you can pass a function that has access to the context data. ```javascript import { AccessControlProvider } from "@refinedev/core"; import { useConfig } from "./useConfig"; export const createAccessControlProvider = (getConfig) => { return { can: async ({ resource, action, params }) => { const { parameters, collections } = getConfig(); // Use the context data in your access control logic if (resource === "posts" && action === "edit") { const userRole = getUserRole(); // Assume you have a function to get the user role if (userRole === "admin" && parameters.someCondition) { return { can: true }; } } return { can: false }; }, }; }; // In your main component where you have access to the context const App = () => { const config = useConfig(); const accessControlProvider = createAccessControlProvider(() => config); return ( <Refine accessControl ---------------------- Note: you can ask me a follow up question by @ mentioning me again :speech_balloon: ----------------------
kapa.ai
kapa.ai4w ago
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ambitious-aqua
ambitious-aqua4w ago
@kapa.ai problem is my context provider here needs to use refine methods and is relying on being inside the <Refine HOC
kapa.ai
kapa.ai4w ago
Let me check the knowledge base for you. One moment! :books: ---------------------- Given that your context provider relies on being inside the <Refine /> component, you can structure your application to ensure that the context provider is nested within the <Refine /> component. This way, you can use Refine methods within your context provider. Here's how you can achieve this: Step 1: Create the ConfigContext and ConfigProvider This part remains the same as in your original code.
import React, { createContext, useState, useContext, PropsWithChildren } from "react";
import { useApiUrl, useCustom, useIsAuthenticated } from "@refinedev/core";

interface IContext {
parameters: any;
collections: any;
}

export const ConfigContext = createContext<IContext | undefined>(undefined);

export const ConfigProvider: React.FC<PropsWithChildren> = ({ children }) => {
const apiUrl = useApiUrl("api");
const [parameters, setParameters] = useState({});
const [collections, setCollections] = useState({});
const { isLoading, data } = useIsAuthenticated();

useCustom({
url: `${apiUrl}/api/get/parameters/parameters`,
method: "get",
dataProviderName: "api",
queryOptions: {
enabled: data?.authenticated || false, // Only run the query if the user is authenticated
onSuccess: (data) => {
const result: any = {};
Object.keys(data?.data).map((item) => {
const current = data?.data[item];
if ("collection" in current && "name" in current && "type" in current) {
if (current["collection"] in result === false) {
result[current["collection"]] = {};
}
result[current["collection"]][current["name"]] = current;
}
});

setParameters(result);
},
},
});

return <ConfigContext.Provider value={{ parameters, collections }}>{children}</ConfigContext.Provider>;
};
import React, { createContext, useState, useContext, PropsWithChildren } from "react";
import { useApiUrl, useCustom, useIsAuthenticated } from "@refinedev/core";

interface IContext {
parameters: any;
collections: any;
}

export const ConfigContext = createContext<IContext | undefined>(undefined);

export const ConfigProvider: React.FC<PropsWithChildren> = ({ children }) => {
const apiUrl = useApiUrl("api");
const [parameters, setParameters] = useState({});
const [collections, setCollections] = useState({});
const { isLoading, data } = useIsAuthenticated();

useCustom({
url: `${apiUrl}/api/get/parameters/parameters`,
method: "get",
dataProviderName: "api",
queryOptions: {
enabled: data?.authenticated || false, // Only run the query if the user is authenticated
onSuccess: (data) => {
const result: any = {};
Object.keys(data?.data).map((item) => {
const current = data?.data[item];
if ("collection" in current && "name" in current && "type" in current) {
if (current["collection"] in result === false) {
result[current["collection"]] = {};
}
result[current["collection"]][current["name"]] = current;
}
});

setParameters(result);
},
},
});

return <ConfigContext.Provider value={{ parameters, collections }}>{children}</ConfigContext.Provider>;
};
Step 2: Create a Custom Hook to Access the Context This part also remains the same.
import { useContext } from "react";
import { ConfigContext } from "./ConfigProvider";

export const useConfig = () => {
const context = useContext(ConfigContext);
if (context === undefined) {
throw new Error("useConfig must be used within a ConfigProvider");
}
return context;
};
import { useContext } from "react";
import { ConfigContext } from "./ConfigProvider";

export const useConfig = () => {
const context = useContext(ConfigContext);
if (context === undefined) {
throw new Error("useConfig must be used within a ConfigProvider");
}
return context;
};
Step 3: Use the Context Provider Inside the <Refine /> Component You can wrap your ConfigProvider inside the <Refine /> component to ensure that it has access to Refine methods. ```javascript import React from "react"; import { Refine } from "@refinedev/core"; import { ConfigProvider as AntdConfigProvider } from "antd"; import { BrowserRouter, Route, Routes, Outlet } from "react-router-dom"; import { ErrorComponent } from "@refinedev/antd"; import { NavigateToResource } from "@refinedev/react-router-v6"; import { Home } from "./pages/home"; import { About } from "./pages/about"; import { ProductList } from "./refine/pages/products/list"; import { ConfigProvider } from "./ConfigProvider"; import { RefineContext } from "./refine/refine-context"; export default function App() { return ( <BrowserRouter> <AntdConfigProvider> <Refine routerProvider={routerProvider} dataProvider={dataProvider("https://api.fake-rest.refine.dev")} resources={[ { name: "products", list: "/refine/products", }, ]} options={{ syncWithLocation: true }} ---------------------- Note: you can ask me a follow up question by @ mentioning me again :speech_balloon: ----------------------
kapa.ai
kapa.ai4w ago
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ambitious-aqua
ambitious-aqua4w ago
@kapa.ai I am doing that but how does the accessControlProvider access this
kapa.ai
kapa.ai4w ago
Let me check the knowledge base for you. One moment! :books: ---------------------- To ensure that the accessControlProvider can access the context provided by ConfigProvider, you need to pass the context data to the accessControlProvider in a way that it can be used within the can method. Since the can method is asynchronous and not a React component, you cannot directly use hooks inside it. Instead, you can pass a function to the accessControlProvider that retrieves the context data. Here's how you can achieve this: Step 1: Create the ConfigContext and ConfigProvider This part remains the same as in your original code.
import React, { createContext, useState, useContext, PropsWithChildren } from "react";
import { useApiUrl, useCustom, useIsAuthenticated } from "@refinedev/core";

interface IContext {
parameters: any;
collections: any;
}

export const ConfigContext = createContext<IContext | undefined>(undefined);

export const ConfigProvider: React.FC<PropsWithChildren> = ({ children }) => {
const apiUrl = useApiUrl("api");
const [parameters, setParameters] = useState({});
const [collections, setCollections] = useState({});
const { isLoading, data } = useIsAuthenticated();

useCustom({
url: `${apiUrl}/api/get/parameters/parameters`,
method: "get",
dataProviderName: "api",
queryOptions: {
enabled: data?.authenticated || false, // Only run the query if the user is authenticated
onSuccess: (data) => {
const result: any = {};
Object.keys(data?.data).map((item) => {
const current = data?.data[item];
if ("collection" in current && "name" in current && "type" in current) {
if (current["collection"] in result === false) {
result[current["collection"]] = {};
}
result[current["collection"]][current["name"]] = current;
}
});
setParameters(result);
},
},
});

return <ConfigContext.Provider value={{ parameters, collections }}>{children}</ConfigContext.Provider>;
};
import React, { createContext, useState, useContext, PropsWithChildren } from "react";
import { useApiUrl, useCustom, useIsAuthenticated } from "@refinedev/core";

interface IContext {
parameters: any;
collections: any;
}

export const ConfigContext = createContext<IContext | undefined>(undefined);

export const ConfigProvider: React.FC<PropsWithChildren> = ({ children }) => {
const apiUrl = useApiUrl("api");
const [parameters, setParameters] = useState({});
const [collections, setCollections] = useState({});
const { isLoading, data } = useIsAuthenticated();

useCustom({
url: `${apiUrl}/api/get/parameters/parameters`,
method: "get",
dataProviderName: "api",
queryOptions: {
enabled: data?.authenticated || false, // Only run the query if the user is authenticated
onSuccess: (data) => {
const result: any = {};
Object.keys(data?.data).map((item) => {
const current = data?.data[item];
if ("collection" in current && "name" in current && "type" in current) {
if (current["collection"] in result === false) {
result[current["collection"]] = {};
}
result[current["collection"]][current["name"]] = current;
}
});
setParameters(result);
},
},
});

return <ConfigContext.Provider value={{ parameters, collections }}>{children}</ConfigContext.Provider>;
};
Step 2: Create a Custom Hook to Access the Context This part also remains the same.
import { useContext } from "react";
import { ConfigContext } from "./ConfigProvider";

export const useConfig = () => {
const context = useContext(ConfigContext);
if (context === undefined) {
throw new Error("useConfig must be used within a ConfigProvider");
}
return context;
};
import { useContext } from "react";
import { ConfigContext } from "./ConfigProvider";

export const useConfig = () => {
const context = useContext(ConfigContext);
if (context === undefined) {
throw new Error("useConfig must be used within a ConfigProvider");
}
return context;
};
Step 3: Create the accessControlProvider with Context Access You can create a function that initializes the accessControlProvider with access to the context data.
import { AccessControlProvider } from "@refinedev/core";
import { useConfig } from "./useConfig";

export const createAccessControlProvider = (getConfig) => {
return {
can: async ({ resource, action, params }) => {
const { parameters, collections } = getConfig();

// Use the context data in your access control logic
if (resource === "posts" && action === "edit") {
const userRole = getUserRole(); // Assume you have a function to get the user role

if (userRole === "admin" && parameters.someCondition) {
return { can: true };
}
}

return { can: false };
},
};
};
import { AccessControlProvider } from "@refinedev/core";
import { useConfig } from "./useConfig";

export const createAccessControlProvider = (getConfig) => {
return {
can: async ({ resource, action, params }) => {
const { parameters, collections } = getConfig();

// Use the context data in your access control logic
if (resource === "posts" && action === "edit") {
const userRole = getUserRole(); // Assume you have a function to get the user role

if (userRole === "admin" && parameters.someCondition) {
return { can: true };
}
}

return { can: false };
},
};
};
Step 4: Use the Context Provider Inside the <Refine /> Component Wrap your ConfigProvider inside the <Refine /> component and pass the ---------------------- Note: you can ask me a follow up question by @ mentioning me again :speech_balloon: ----------------------
kapa.ai
kapa.ai4w ago
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ambitious-aqua
ambitious-aqua4w ago
@kapa.ai if you see like this I cane to this function
App() {
const configuredAuthProvider = authProvider(axiosInstance);

const config = useConfig();
const accessControlProvider = createAccessControlProvider(configuredAuthProvider, config);

return (
<HashRouter>
<ColorModeContextProvider>
<CssBaseline enableColorScheme />
<GlobalStyles styles={{ html: { WebkitFontSmoothing: "auto" } }} />
<RefineSnackbarProvider
maxSnack={5}
preventDuplicate={true}
anchorOrigin={{ horizontal: "left", vertical: "bottom" }}
>
<DevtoolsProvider>
<Refine
dataProvider={{
default: dataProvider("", axiosInstance),
api: dataProvider("", axiosInstance),
}}
notificationProvider={useNotificationProvider}
routerProvider={routerBindings}
authProvider={configuredAuthProvider}
App() {
const configuredAuthProvider = authProvider(axiosInstance);

const config = useConfig();
const accessControlProvider = createAccessControlProvider(configuredAuthProvider, config);

return (
<HashRouter>
<ColorModeContextProvider>
<CssBaseline enableColorScheme />
<GlobalStyles styles={{ html: { WebkitFontSmoothing: "auto" } }} />
<RefineSnackbarProvider
maxSnack={5}
preventDuplicate={true}
anchorOrigin={{ horizontal: "left", vertical: "bottom" }}
>
<DevtoolsProvider>
<Refine
dataProvider={{
default: dataProvider("", axiosInstance),
api: dataProvider("", axiosInstance),
}}
notificationProvider={useNotificationProvider}
routerProvider={routerBindings}
authProvider={configuredAuthProvider}
kapa.ai
kapa.ai4w ago
Let me check the knowledge base for you. One moment! :books: ---------------------- To ensure that the accessControlProvider can access the context provided by ConfigProvider, you can pass the context data to the accessControlProvider when initializing it. Here's how you can achieve this: Step 1: Create the ConfigContext and ConfigProvider This part remains the same as in your original code.
import React, { createContext, useState, useContext, PropsWithChildren } from "react";
import { useApiUrl, useCustom, useIsAuthenticated } from "@refinedev/core";

interface IContext {
parameters: any;
collections: any;
}

export const ConfigContext = createContext<IContext | undefined>(undefined);

export const ConfigProvider: React.FC<PropsWithChildren> = ({ children }) => {
const apiUrl = useApiUrl("api");
const [parameters, setParameters] = useState({});
const [collections, setCollections] = useState({});
const { isLoading, data } = useIsAuthenticated();

useCustom({
url: `${apiUrl}/api/get/parameters/parameters`,
method: "get",
dataProviderName: "api",
queryOptions: {
enabled: data?.authenticated || false, // Only run the query if the user is authenticated
onSuccess: (data) => {
const result: any = {};
Object.keys(data?.data).map((item) => {
const current = data?.data[item];
if ("collection" in current && "name" in current && "type" in current) {
if (current["collection"] in result === false) {
result[current["collection"]] = {};
}
result[current["collection"]][current["name"]] = current;
}
});

setParameters(result);
},
},
});

return <ConfigContext.Provider value={{ parameters, collections }}>{children}</ConfigContext.Provider>;
};
import React, { createContext, useState, useContext, PropsWithChildren } from "react";
import { useApiUrl, useCustom, useIsAuthenticated } from "@refinedev/core";

interface IContext {
parameters: any;
collections: any;
}

export const ConfigContext = createContext<IContext | undefined>(undefined);

export const ConfigProvider: React.FC<PropsWithChildren> = ({ children }) => {
const apiUrl = useApiUrl("api");
const [parameters, setParameters] = useState({});
const [collections, setCollections] = useState({});
const { isLoading, data } = useIsAuthenticated();

useCustom({
url: `${apiUrl}/api/get/parameters/parameters`,
method: "get",
dataProviderName: "api",
queryOptions: {
enabled: data?.authenticated || false, // Only run the query if the user is authenticated
onSuccess: (data) => {
const result: any = {};
Object.keys(data?.data).map((item) => {
const current = data?.data[item];
if ("collection" in current && "name" in current && "type" in current) {
if (current["collection"] in result === false) {
result[current["collection"]] = {};
}
result[current["collection"]][current["name"]] = current;
}
});

setParameters(result);
},
},
});

return <ConfigContext.Provider value={{ parameters, collections }}>{children}</ConfigContext.Provider>;
};
Step 2: Create a Custom Hook to Access the Context This part also remains the same.
import { useContext } from "react";
import { ConfigContext } from "./ConfigProvider";

export const useConfig = () => {
const context = useContext(ConfigContext);
if (context === undefined) {
throw new Error("useConfig must be used within a ConfigProvider");
}
return context;
};
import { useContext } from "react";
import { ConfigContext } from "./ConfigProvider";

export const useConfig = () => {
const context = useContext(ConfigContext);
if (context === undefined) {
throw new Error("useConfig must be used within a ConfigProvider");
}
return context;
};
Step 3: Create the accessControlProvider with Context Access You can create a function that initializes the accessControlProvider with access to the context data.
import { AccessControlProvider } from "@refinedev/core";
import { useConfig } from "./useConfig";

export const createAccessControlProvider = (authProvider, getConfig) => {
return {
can: async ({ resource, action, params }) => {
const { parameters, collections } = getConfig();

// Use the context data in your access control logic
if (resource === "posts" && action === "edit") {
const userRole = getUserRole(); // Assume you have a function to get the user role

if (userRole === "admin" && parameters.someCondition) {
return { can: true };
}
}

return { can: false };
},
};
};
import { AccessControlProvider } from "@refinedev/core";
import { useConfig } from "./useConfig";

export const createAccessControlProvider = (authProvider, getConfig) => {
return {
can: async ({ resource, action, params }) => {
const { parameters, collections } = getConfig();

// Use the context data in your access control logic
if (resource === "posts" && action === "edit") {
const userRole = getUserRole(); // Assume you have a function to get the user role

if (userRole === "admin" && parameters.someCondition) {
return { can: true };
}
}

return { can: false };
},
};
};
Step 4: Use the Context Provider Inside the <Refine /> Component Wrap your ConfigProvider inside the <Refine /> component and pass the context data to the accessControlProvider. ```javascript import React from "react"; import { Refine } from "@refinedev/core"; import { HashRouter } from "react-router-dom"; import { CssBaseline, GlobalStyles } from "@ ---------------------- Note: you can ask me a follow up question by @ mentioning me again :speech_balloon: ----------------------
kapa.ai
kapa.ai4w ago
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ambitious-aqua
ambitious-aqua4w ago
@kapa.ai but the accessControlProvider is initalized before the provider
<Refine
dataProvider={{
default: dataProvider("", axiosInstance),
api: dataProvider("", axiosInstance),
}}
notificationProvider={useNotificationProvider}
routerProvider={routerBindings}
authProvider={configuredAuthProvider}
accessControlProvider={createAccessControlProvider(configuredAuthProvider, useConfig())} resources={[
{
name: "entities",
list: "/entities",
meta: {
icon: <GroupWorkOutlined />,
},
}]} >
<ConfigProvider>
<ActionsProvider>
<Refine
dataProvider={{
default: dataProvider("", axiosInstance),
api: dataProvider("", axiosInstance),
}}
notificationProvider={useNotificationProvider}
routerProvider={routerBindings}
authProvider={configuredAuthProvider}
accessControlProvider={createAccessControlProvider(configuredAuthProvider, useConfig())} resources={[
{
name: "entities",
list: "/entities",
meta: {
icon: <GroupWorkOutlined />,
},
}]} >
<ConfigProvider>
<ActionsProvider>
kapa.ai
kapa.ai4w ago
Let me check the knowledge base for you. One moment! :books: ---------------------- To ensure that the accessControlProvider can access the context provided by ConfigProvider, you need to initialize the accessControlProvider after the context is available. This can be achieved by using a component that wraps the Refine component and initializes the accessControlProvider with the context data. Here's how you can achieve this: Step 1: Create the ConfigContext and ConfigProvider This part remains the same as in your original code.
import React, { createContext, useState, useContext, PropsWithChildren } from "react";
import { useApiUrl, useCustom, useIsAuthenticated } from "@refinedev/core";

interface IContext {
parameters: any;
collections: any;
}

export const ConfigContext = createContext<IContext | undefined>(undefined);

export const ConfigProvider: React.FC<PropsWithChildren> = ({ children }) => {
const apiUrl = useApiUrl("api");
const [parameters, setParameters] = useState({});
const [collections, setCollections] = useState({});
const { isLoading, data } = useIsAuthenticated();

useCustom({
url: `${apiUrl}/api/get/parameters/parameters`,
method: "get",
dataProviderName: "api",
queryOptions: {
enabled: data?.authenticated || false, // Only run the query if the user is authenticated
onSuccess: (data) => {
const result: any = {};
Object.keys(data?.data).map((item) => {
const current = data?.data[item];
if ("collection" in current && "name" in current && "type" in current) {
if (current["collection"] in result === false) {
result[current["collection"]] = {};
}
result[current["collection"]][current["name"]] = current;
}
});

setParameters(result);
},
},
});
return <ConfigContext.Provider value={{ parameters, collections }}>{children}</ConfigContext.Provider>;
};
import React, { createContext, useState, useContext, PropsWithChildren } from "react";
import { useApiUrl, useCustom, useIsAuthenticated } from "@refinedev/core";

interface IContext {
parameters: any;
collections: any;
}

export const ConfigContext = createContext<IContext | undefined>(undefined);

export const ConfigProvider: React.FC<PropsWithChildren> = ({ children }) => {
const apiUrl = useApiUrl("api");
const [parameters, setParameters] = useState({});
const [collections, setCollections] = useState({});
const { isLoading, data } = useIsAuthenticated();

useCustom({
url: `${apiUrl}/api/get/parameters/parameters`,
method: "get",
dataProviderName: "api",
queryOptions: {
enabled: data?.authenticated || false, // Only run the query if the user is authenticated
onSuccess: (data) => {
const result: any = {};
Object.keys(data?.data).map((item) => {
const current = data?.data[item];
if ("collection" in current && "name" in current && "type" in current) {
if (current["collection"] in result === false) {
result[current["collection"]] = {};
}
result[current["collection"]][current["name"]] = current;
}
});

setParameters(result);
},
},
});
return <ConfigContext.Provider value={{ parameters, collections }}>{children}</ConfigContext.Provider>;
};
Step 2: Create a Custom Hook to Access the Context This part also remains the same.
import { useContext } from "react";
import { ConfigContext } from "./ConfigProvider";

export const useConfig = () => {
const context = useContext(ConfigContext);
if (context === undefined) {
throw new Error("useConfig must be used within a ConfigProvider");
}
return context;
};
import { useContext } from "react";
import { ConfigContext } from "./ConfigProvider";

export const useConfig = () => {
const context = useContext(ConfigContext);
if (context === undefined) {
throw new Error("useConfig must be used within a ConfigProvider");
}
return context;
};
Step 3: Create the accessControlProvider with Context Access You can create a function that initializes the accessControlProvider with access to the context data.
import { AccessControlProvider } from "@refinedev/core";
import { useConfig } from "./useConfig";

export const createAccessControlProvider = (authProvider, getConfig) => {
return {
can: async ({ resource, action, params }) => {
const { parameters, collections } = getConfig();

// Use the context data in your access control logic
if (resource === "posts" && action === "edit") {
const userRole = getUserRole(); // Assume you have a function to get the user role

if (userRole === "admin" && parameters.someCondition) {
return { can: true };
}
}

return { can: false };
},
};
};
import { AccessControlProvider } from "@refinedev/core";
import { useConfig } from "./useConfig";

export const createAccessControlProvider = (authProvider, getConfig) => {
return {
can: async ({ resource, action, params }) => {
const { parameters, collections } = getConfig();

// Use the context data in your access control logic
if (resource === "posts" && action === "edit") {
const userRole = getUserRole(); // Assume you have a function to get the user role

if (userRole === "admin" && parameters.someCondition) {
return { can: true };
}
}

return { can: false };
},
};
};
Step 4: Create a Wrapper Component to Initialize accessControlProvider Create a wrapper component that initializes the accessControlProvider after the context is available. ```javascript import React from "react"; import { Refine } from "@refinedev/core"; import { Hash ---------------------- Note: you can ask me a follow up question by @ mentioning me again :speech_balloon: ----------------------
kapa.ai
kapa.ai4w ago
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ambitious-aqua
ambitious-aqua4w ago
@kapa.ai you are not showing how this is passed to refine this seems like a chicken egg situation one must exist before the other
kapa.ai
kapa.ai4w ago
Let me check the knowledge base for you. One moment! :books: ---------------------- You're right; it does seem like a chicken-and-egg situation. To resolve this, you can use a higher-order component (HOC) to ensure that the accessControlProvider is initialized after the context is available. Here's how you can achieve this: Step 1: Create the ConfigContext and ConfigProvider This part remains the same as in your original code.
import React, { createContext, useState, useContext, PropsWithChildren } from "react";
import { useApiUrl, useCustom, useIsAuthenticated } from "@refinedev/core";

interface IContext {
parameters: any;
collections: any;
}

export const ConfigContext = createContext<IContext | undefined>(undefined);

export const ConfigProvider: React.FC<PropsWithChildren> = ({ children }) => {
const apiUrl = useApiUrl("api");
const [parameters, setParameters] = useState({});
const [collections, setCollections] = useState({});
const { isLoading, data } = useIsAuthenticated();

useCustom({
url: `${apiUrl}/api/get/parameters/parameters`,
method: "get",
dataProviderName: "api",
queryOptions: {
enabled: data?.authenticated || false, // Only run the query if the user is authenticated
onSuccess: (data) => {
const result: any = {};
Object.keys(data?.data).map((item) => {
const current = data?.data[item];
if ("collection" in current && "name" in current && "type" in current) {
if (current["collection"] in result === false) {
result[current["collection"]] = {};
}
result[current["collection"]][current["name"]] = current;
}
});

setParameters(result);
},
},
});

return <ConfigContext.Provider value={{ parameters, collections }}>{children}</ConfigContext.Provider>;
};
import React, { createContext, useState, useContext, PropsWithChildren } from "react";
import { useApiUrl, useCustom, useIsAuthenticated } from "@refinedev/core";

interface IContext {
parameters: any;
collections: any;
}

export const ConfigContext = createContext<IContext | undefined>(undefined);

export const ConfigProvider: React.FC<PropsWithChildren> = ({ children }) => {
const apiUrl = useApiUrl("api");
const [parameters, setParameters] = useState({});
const [collections, setCollections] = useState({});
const { isLoading, data } = useIsAuthenticated();

useCustom({
url: `${apiUrl}/api/get/parameters/parameters`,
method: "get",
dataProviderName: "api",
queryOptions: {
enabled: data?.authenticated || false, // Only run the query if the user is authenticated
onSuccess: (data) => {
const result: any = {};
Object.keys(data?.data).map((item) => {
const current = data?.data[item];
if ("collection" in current && "name" in current && "type" in current) {
if (current["collection"] in result === false) {
result[current["collection"]] = {};
}
result[current["collection"]][current["name"]] = current;
}
});

setParameters(result);
},
},
});

return <ConfigContext.Provider value={{ parameters, collections }}>{children}</ConfigContext.Provider>;
};
Step 2: Create a Custom Hook to Access the Context This part also remains the same.
import { useContext } from "react";
import { ConfigContext } from "./ConfigProvider";

export const useConfig = () => {
const context = useContext(ConfigContext);
if (context === undefined) {
throw new Error("useConfig must be used within a ConfigProvider");
}
return context;
};
import { useContext } from "react";
import { ConfigContext } from "./ConfigProvider";

export const useConfig = () => {
const context = useContext(ConfigContext);
if (context === undefined) {
throw new Error("useConfig must be used within a ConfigProvider");
}
return context;
};
Step 3: Create the accessControlProvider with Context Access You can create a function that initializes the accessControlProvider with access to the context data.
import { AccessControlProvider } from "@refinedev/core";
import { useConfig } from "./useConfig";

export const createAccessControlProvider = (authProvider, getConfig) => {
return {
can: async ({ resource, action, params }) => {
const { parameters, collections } = getConfig();

// Use the context data in your access control logic
if (resource === "posts" && action === "edit") {
const userRole = getUserRole(); // Assume you have a function to get the user role

if (userRole === "admin" && parameters.someCondition) {
return { can: true };
}
}

return { can: false };
},
};
};
import { AccessControlProvider } from "@refinedev/core";
import { useConfig } from "./useConfig";

export const createAccessControlProvider = (authProvider, getConfig) => {
return {
can: async ({ resource, action, params }) => {
const { parameters, collections } = getConfig();

// Use the context data in your access control logic
if (resource === "posts" && action === "edit") {
const userRole = getUserRole(); // Assume you have a function to get the user role

if (userRole === "admin" && parameters.someCondition) {
return { can: true };
}
}

return { can: false };
},
};
};
Step 4: Create a Wrapper Component to Initialize accessControlProvider Create a wrapper component that initializes the accessControlProvider after the context is available. ```javascript import React from "react"; import { Refine } from "@refinedev/core"; import { HashRouter } from "react-router-dom"; import { CssBaseline, GlobalStyles } from "@ ---------------------- Note: you can ask me a follow up question by @ mentioning me again :speech_balloon: ----------------------
kapa.ai
kapa.ai4w ago
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ambitious-aqua
ambitious-aqua4w ago
@kapa.ai can you provide more information on this Step 4: Create a Wrapper Component to Initialize accessControlProvider Create a wrapper component that initializes the accessControlProvider after the context is available.
kapa.ai
kapa.ai4w ago
Let me check the knowledge base for you. One moment! :books: ---------------------- Certainly! To create a wrapper component that initializes the accessControlProvider after the context is available, you can follow these steps: Step 4: Create a Wrapper Component to Initialize accessControlProvider 1. Create a Higher-Order Component (HOC): This HOC will ensure that the accessControlProvider is initialized with the context data after the context is available. 2. Use the HOC to Wrap the Refine Component: This will ensure that the accessControlProvider is correctly initialized and passed to the Refine component. Here’s how you can do it: #### Create the Higher-Order Component (HOC)
import React, { useContext } from "react";
import { Refine } from "@refinedev/core";
import { ConfigContext } from "./ConfigProvider";
import { createAccessControlProvider } from "./accessControlProvider";

const RefineWithAccessControl = ({ children, ...rest }) => {
const config = useContext(ConfigContext);

if (!config) {
// Optionally, you can render a loading state or an error message here
return <div>Loading...</div>;
}

const accessControlProvider = createAccessControlProvider(rest.authProvider, () => config);

return (
<Refine accessControlProvider={accessControlProvider} {...rest}>
{children}
</Refine>
);
};

export default RefineWithAccessControl;
import React, { useContext } from "react";
import { Refine } from "@refinedev/core";
import { ConfigContext } from "./ConfigProvider";
import { createAccessControlProvider } from "./accessControlProvider";

const RefineWithAccessControl = ({ children, ...rest }) => {
const config = useContext(ConfigContext);

if (!config) {
// Optionally, you can render a loading state or an error message here
return <div>Loading...</div>;
}

const accessControlProvider = createAccessControlProvider(rest.authProvider, () => config);

return (
<Refine accessControlProvider={accessControlProvider} {...rest}>
{children}
</Refine>
);
};

export default RefineWithAccessControl;
#### Use the HOC to Wrap the Refine Component In your main App component, use the RefineWithAccessControl component to wrap the Refine component and ensure that the ConfigProvider is correctly nested.
import React from "react";
import { HashRouter } from "react-router-dom";
import { CssBaseline, GlobalStyles } from "@mui/material";
import { RefineSnackbarProvider } from "@refinedev/mui";
import { ConfigProvider } from "./ConfigProvider";
import RefineWithAccessControl from "./RefineWithAccessControl";
import { authProvider } from "./authProvider";
import { dataProvider } from "./dataProvider";
import { useNotificationProvider } from "./notificationProvider";
import { routerBindings } from "./routerBindings";

const App = () => {
const configuredAuthProvider = authProvider();

return (
<HashRouter>
<CssBaseline enableColorScheme />
<GlobalStyles styles={{ html: { WebkitFontSmoothing: "auto" } }} />
<RefineSnackbarProvider
maxSnack={5}
preventDuplicate={true}
anchorOrigin={{ horizontal: "left", vertical: "bottom" }}
>
<ConfigProvider>
<RefineWithAccessControl
dataProvider={{
default: dataProvider("", axiosInstance),
api: dataProvider("", axiosInstance),
}}
notificationProvider={useNotificationProvider}
routerProvider={routerBindings}
authProvider={configuredAuthProvider}
>
{/* Your application components go here */}
</RefineWithAccessControl>
</ConfigProvider>
</RefineSnackbarProvider>
</HashRouter>
);
};

export default App;
import React from "react";
import { HashRouter } from "react-router-dom";
import { CssBaseline, GlobalStyles } from "@mui/material";
import { RefineSnackbarProvider } from "@refinedev/mui";
import { ConfigProvider } from "./ConfigProvider";
import RefineWithAccessControl from "./RefineWithAccessControl";
import { authProvider } from "./authProvider";
import { dataProvider } from "./dataProvider";
import { useNotificationProvider } from "./notificationProvider";
import { routerBindings } from "./routerBindings";

const App = () => {
const configuredAuthProvider = authProvider();

return (
<HashRouter>
<CssBaseline enableColorScheme />
<GlobalStyles styles={{ html: { WebkitFontSmoothing: "auto" } }} />
<RefineSnackbarProvider
maxSnack={5}
preventDuplicate={true}
anchorOrigin={{ horizontal: "left", vertical: "bottom" }}
>
<ConfigProvider>
<RefineWithAccessControl
dataProvider={{
default: dataProvider("", axiosInstance),
api: dataProvider("", axiosInstance),
}}
notificationProvider={useNotificationProvider}
routerProvider={routerBindings}
authProvider={configuredAuthProvider}
>
{/* Your application components go here */}
</RefineWithAccessControl>
</ConfigProvider>
</RefineSnackbarProvider>
</HashRouter>
);
};

export default App;
Explanation - RefineWithAccessControl: This component uses the ConfigContext to get the context data and initializes the accessControlProvider with it. It then renders the Refine component with the accessControlProvider and other props. - App Component: The App component wraps the RefineWithAccessControl component with the ConfigProvider to ensure that the context is available. By following these steps, you ensure that the accessControlProvider is ---------------------- Note: you can ask me a follow up question by @ mentioning me again :speech_balloon: ----------------------
kapa.ai
kapa.ai4w ago
<@422289470487003153> kapa.ai is still learning and improving, please let us know how it did by reacting below
ambitious-aqua
ambitious-aqua4w ago
@kapa.ai but the configProvider needs access to the Refine hooks itself
kapa.ai
kapa.ai4w ago
Let me check the knowledge base for you. One moment! :books: ---------------------- To address the requirement that ConfigProvider needs access to Refine hooks, you can structure your application to ensure that the ConfigProvider is nested within the <Refine /> component. This way, the ConfigProvider can use Refine hooks, and you can still initialize the accessControlProvider with the context data. Here's how you can achieve this: Step 1: Create the ConfigContext and ConfigProvider This part remains the same as in your original code.
import React, { createContext, useState, useContext, PropsWithChildren } from "react";
import { useApiUrl, useCustom, useIsAuthenticated } from "@refinedev/core";

interface IContext {
parameters: any;
collections: any;
}

export const ConfigContext = createContext<IContext | undefined>(undefined);

export const ConfigProvider: React.FC<PropsWithChildren> = ({ children }) => {
const apiUrl = useApiUrl("api");
const [parameters, setParameters] = useState({});
const [collections, setCollections] = useState({});
const { isLoading, data } = useIsAuthenticated();

useCustom({
url: `${apiUrl}/api/get/parameters/parameters`,
method: "get",
dataProviderName: "api",
queryOptions: {
enabled: data?.authenticated || false, // Only run the query if the user is authenticated
onSuccess: (data) => {
const result: any = {};
Object.keys(data?.data).map((item) => {
const current = data?.data[item];
if ("collection" in current && "name" in current && "type" in current) {
if (current["collection"] in result === false) {
result[current["collection"]] = {};
}
result[current["collection"]][current["name"]] = current;
}
});

setParameters(result);
},
},
});
return <ConfigContext.Provider value={{ parameters, collections }}>{children}</ConfigContext.Provider>;
};
import React, { createContext, useState, useContext, PropsWithChildren } from "react";
import { useApiUrl, useCustom, useIsAuthenticated } from "@refinedev/core";

interface IContext {
parameters: any;
collections: any;
}

export const ConfigContext = createContext<IContext | undefined>(undefined);

export const ConfigProvider: React.FC<PropsWithChildren> = ({ children }) => {
const apiUrl = useApiUrl("api");
const [parameters, setParameters] = useState({});
const [collections, setCollections] = useState({});
const { isLoading, data } = useIsAuthenticated();

useCustom({
url: `${apiUrl}/api/get/parameters/parameters`,
method: "get",
dataProviderName: "api",
queryOptions: {
enabled: data?.authenticated || false, // Only run the query if the user is authenticated
onSuccess: (data) => {
const result: any = {};
Object.keys(data?.data).map((item) => {
const current = data?.data[item];
if ("collection" in current && "name" in current && "type" in current) {
if (current["collection"] in result === false) {
result[current["collection"]] = {};
}
result[current["collection"]][current["name"]] = current;
}
});

setParameters(result);
},
},
});
return <ConfigContext.Provider value={{ parameters, collections }}>{children}</ConfigContext.Provider>;
};
Step 2: Create a Custom Hook to Access the Context This part also remains the same.
import { useContext } from "react";
import { ConfigContext } from "./ConfigProvider";

export const useConfig = () => {
const context = useContext(ConfigContext);
if (context === undefined) {
throw new Error("useConfig must be used within a ConfigProvider");
}
return context;
};
import { useContext } from "react";
import { ConfigContext } from "./ConfigProvider";

export const useConfig = () => {
const context = useContext(ConfigContext);
if (context === undefined) {
throw new Error("useConfig must be used within a ConfigProvider");
}
return context;
};
Step 3: Create the accessControlProvider with Context Access You can create a function that initializes the accessControlProvider with access to the context data.
import { AccessControlProvider } from "@refinedev/core";
import { useConfig } from "./useConfig";

export const createAccessControlProvider = (authProvider, getConfig) => {
return {
can: async ({ resource, action, params }) => {
const { parameters, collections } = getConfig();

// Use the context data in your access control logic
if (resource === "posts" && action === "edit") {
const userRole = getUserRole(); // Assume you have a function to get the user role

if (userRole === "admin" && parameters.someCondition) {
return { can: true };
}
}

return { can: false };
},
};
};
import { AccessControlProvider } from "@refinedev/core";
import { useConfig } from "./useConfig";

export const createAccessControlProvider = (authProvider, getConfig) => {
return {
can: async ({ resource, action, params }) => {
const { parameters, collections } = getConfig();

// Use the context data in your access control logic
if (resource === "posts" && action === "edit") {
const userRole = getUserRole(); // Assume you have a function to get the user role

if (userRole === "admin" && parameters.someCondition) {
return { can: true };
}
}

return { can: false };
},
};
};
Step 4: Create a Wrapper Component to Initialize accessControlProvider Create a wrapper component that initializes the accessControlProvider after the context is available. ```javascript import React from "react"; import { Refine } from "@refined ---------------------- Note: you can ask me a follow up question by @ mentioning me again :speech_balloon: ----------------------
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kapa.ai4w ago
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ambitious-aqua
ambitious-aqua4w ago
@kapa.ai is there another way I need the access control to read data from an end point for data for ACL. Can I do this withing the the authProvider and pass it
kapa.ai
kapa.ai4w ago
Let me check the knowledge base for you. One moment! :books: ---------------------- Yes, you can handle access control by fetching data from an endpoint within the authProvider and then passing the necessary data to the accessControlProvider. This approach ensures that the accessControlProvider has the required data for ACL (Access Control List) without directly relying on React hooks or context. Step-by-Step Guide 1. Extend the authProvider to Fetch ACL Data: Modify your authProvider to include a method that fetches ACL data from an endpoint. 2. Pass the ACL Data to the accessControlProvider: Use the fetched ACL data within the accessControlProvider to determine access permissions. Step 1: Extend the authProvider to Fetch ACL Data Modify your authProvider to include a method that fetches ACL data from an endpoint. For example:
import axios from "axios";

export const authProvider = (axiosInstance) => ({
login: async ({ username, password }) => {
// Your login logic here
},
logout: async () => {
// Your logout logic here
},
checkAuth: async () => {
// Your checkAuth logic here
},
getPermissions: async () => {
// Fetch ACL data from an endpoint
const response = await axiosInstance.get("/api/acl");
return response.data;
},
getIdentity: async () => {
// Your getIdentity logic here
},
});
import axios from "axios";

export const authProvider = (axiosInstance) => ({
login: async ({ username, password }) => {
// Your login logic here
},
logout: async () => {
// Your logout logic here
},
checkAuth: async () => {
// Your checkAuth logic here
},
getPermissions: async () => {
// Fetch ACL data from an endpoint
const response = await axiosInstance.get("/api/acl");
return response.data;
},
getIdentity: async () => {
// Your getIdentity logic here
},
});
Step 2: Create the accessControlProvider with ACL Data Use the fetched ACL data within the accessControlProvider to determine access permissions.
import { AccessControlProvider } from "@refinedev/core";

export const createAccessControlProvider = (authProvider) => {
return {
can: async ({ resource, action, params }) => {
const aclData = await authProvider.getPermissions();
// Use the ACL data in your access control logic
if (resource === "posts" && action === "edit") {
const userRole = aclData.role; // Assume the ACL data includes a role

if (userRole === "admin" && aclData.someCondition) {
return { can: true };
}
}

return { can: false };
},
};
};
import { AccessControlProvider } from "@refinedev/core";

export const createAccessControlProvider = (authProvider) => {
return {
can: async ({ resource, action, params }) => {
const aclData = await authProvider.getPermissions();
// Use the ACL data in your access control logic
if (resource === "posts" && action === "edit") {
const userRole = aclData.role; // Assume the ACL data includes a role

if (userRole === "admin" && aclData.someCondition) {
return { can: true };
}
}

return { can: false };
},
};
};
Step 3: Initialize Refine with the accessControlProvider Ensure that the accessControlProvider is initialized with the authProvider and passed to the Refine component. ```javascript import React from "react"; import { Refine } from "@refinedev/core"; import { HashRouter } from "react-router-dom"; import { CssBaseline, GlobalStyles } from "@mui/material"; import { RefineSnackbarProvider } from "@refinedev/mui"; import { authProvider } from "./authProvider"; import { dataProvider } from "./dataProvider"; import { useNotificationProvider } from "./notificationProvider"; import { routerBindings } from "./routerBindings"; import { createAccessControlProvider } from "./accessControlProvider"; const App = () => { const configuredAuthProvider = authProvider(axiosInstance); const accessControlProvider = createAccessControlProvider(configuredAuthProvider); return ( <HashRouter> <CssBaseline enableColorScheme /> <GlobalStyles styles={{ html: { WebkitFontSmoothing: "auto" } }} /> <RefineSnackbarProvider maxSnack={5} preventDuplicate={true} anchorOrigin={{ horizontal: "left", vertical: "bottom" }} > <Refine dataProvider={{ default: dataProvider("", axiosInstance), api: dataProvider("", axios ---------------------- Note: you can ask me a follow up question by @ mentioning me again :speech_balloon: ----------------------
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kapa.ai4w ago
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