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  • rabii
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    if i understand you want the only the assigneduser of the parent entity to have access to the child entities. if that is the case you can create a custom ACL for your child entity as below: change parent entity with the parent link id and parent entity name

    PHP Code:
    namespace Espo\Custom\Acl;

    use 
    \Espo\Entities\User;
    use 
    \Espo\ORM\Entity;

    class 
    YourChildEntity extends \Espo\Core\Acl\Base
    {
        public function 
    checkIsOwner(User $userEntity $entity)
        {
            if (
    $entity->has('parentEntityId')) {

                
    $parentEntityId $entity->get('parentEntityId');

                if (!
    $parentEntityId) return false;

                
    $parentEntity $this->getEntityManager()->getEntity('ParentEnity'$parentEntityId);

                if (
    $parentEntity && $this->getAclManager()->getImplementation('ParentEnity')->checkIsOwner($user$parentEntity)) {
                    return 
    true;
                }

                return 
    false;

            } else {

                return 
    parent::checkIsOwner($user$entity);

            }

        }

        public function 
    checkInTeam(User $userEntity $entity)
        {
            if (
    $entity->has('parentEntityId')) {

                
    $parentEntityId $entity->get('parentEntityId');

                if (!
    $parentEntityId) return false;

                
    $parentEntity $this->getEntityManager()->getEntity('ParentEnity'$parentEntityId);

                if (
    $parentEntity && $this->getAclManager()->getImplementation('ParentEnity')->checkInTeam($user$parentEntity)) {
                    return 
    true;
                }

                return 
    false;

            } else {

                return 
    parent::checkInTeam($user$entity);

            }
        }
    }
    ​ 

    and under Espo\Custom\Resources\metadat\app\acl.json define a mapping between the childentity and it is parent entity:

    PHP Code:
    {
        
    "mandatory": {
            
    "scopeLevel": {
                
    "ChildEntity""ParentEntity"
            
    }
        }
    }
    ​ 
    Hope this is what you are looking for.

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  • dimyy
    started a topic Acl in one-to-many relationship

    Acl in one-to-many relationship

    There are two entities in a one-to-many relationship.
    I want the access rights to the child entities to match the parent entity.
    How can I do it correctly?

    To ensure proper functionality in all cases:
    In the case of requesting linked entities: /entity/entityId/linkName
    In the case of a simple list query with additional filters.​

    And without setting additional permissions through roles.

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