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PermissionEvaluator throws no ACL exception because a doctrine proxy is passed #26

jonathaningram opened this Issue · 3 comments

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The method signature of interest is:


public function hasPermission(TokenInterface $token, $object, $permission) { }

And we are interested in $object. In most of my expressions, it works fine because the entity was loaded beforehand. E.g. in #project.getCompany(), the company is loaded previously and so is of type Jbi\CoreBundle\Entity\Company (i.e. not a proxy).

However, in my latest expression, I have #site.getProject() and when hasPermission is called, the $object is of type Proxies\JbiCoreBundleEntityProjectProxy and therefore when trying to find the ACL for the OID, it fails telling me that no ACL exists.

So - I could see how your response may be something like "hasPermission has a precondition that $object is of the correct type, not a proxy".

What do you think? Is there a way around or is there a way within this method that would check for a proxy?


Apologies - I thought perhaps it might be an issue with JMS. Is there a JMS mailing list or is it just the Symfony2 one?

If you don't mind, I'll just finish this here? I suppose it would be as simple as overriding the security.acl.object_identity_retrieval_strategy core service with my own service?


Yes exactly.

@schmittjoh schmittjoh closed this
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