django-guardian 1.1.1

Implementation of per object permissions for Django 1.2

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DEVELOPED BY:
Lukasz Balcerzak
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django-guardian is implementation of per object permissions [1] as authorization backend which is supported since Django 1.2. It won't work with older Django releases.

Installation

To install django-guardian simply run:

pip install django-guardian

Configuration

We need to hook django-guardian into our project.

 1. Put guardian into your INSTALLED_APPS at settings module:

 INSTALLED_APPS = (
 ...
 'guardian',
 )


 2. Add extra authorization backend:

 AUTHENTICATION_BACKENDS = (
 'django.contrib.auth.backends.ModelBackend', # default
 'guardian.backends.ObjectPermissionBackend',
 )


Usage

After installation and project hooks we can finally use object permissions with Django.

Lets start really quickly:

>>> jack = User.objects.create_user('jack', 'jack@example.com', 'topsecretagentjack')
>>> admins = Group.objects.create(name='admins')
>>> jack.has_perm('change_group', admins)
False
>>> UserObjectPermission.objects.assign('change_group', user=jack, obj=admins)

>>> jack.has_perm('change_group', admins)
True


Of course our agent jack here would not be able to change_group globally:

>>> jack.has_perm('change_group')
False


Documentation

There is an online documentation available at http://packages.python.org/django-guardian/.
[1] Great peper about this feature is available at http://djangoadvent.com/1.2/object-permissions/.

Last updated on March 13th, 2012

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