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Dynamic Module Route Middleware #763

lazosweb opened this issue May 15, 2019 · 2 comments


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commented May 15, 2019

I have a project where I have a module with the name "Scanner" that has an Ajax route that will scan a page.

The Ajax route is like this.

'middleware' => ',',
'prefix' => 'scanner',
'as' => 'scanner.'], function () {   
 Route::get('scanPage', 'ScannerController@scanPage')->name('scanPage');

This "Scanner" Module is used by two other modules and let's say for example it's a "Magazines" Module and a "Books" Module.

Users that have access to the "Magazines" Module will have the permission to scan a page from a magazine and users that have access to the "Books" Module will have the permission to scan a page from a Book.

Both modules will call the same "Scanner" Module Ajax route above to scan a page. My code already knows whether the request came from the Magazine or the Book module but what I cannot figure out is how to dynamically add the permission middleware on the Ajax route without hard coding it on the Scan Module routes as on the example above.

If I later on add a new module for example "Newspaper" Module that will scan a page from a newspaper I will have to remember to add the "" permission on the Ajax route.

Is there any way to achieve what I am asking?


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commented May 16, 2019


I think you could achieve this by creating a custom middleware based on the permission middleware, but with your custom dynamic logic in it.

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commented May 16, 2019

Thanks. I will look into it.

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