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Detailed work with permissions #180

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jennybc opened this issue Aug 19, 2017 · 2 comments
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Detailed work with permissions #180

jennybc opened this issue Aug 19, 2017 · 2 comments
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@jennybc jennybc commented Aug 19, 2017

We don't currently offer a way to update or delete a permission. This requires the general ability to list all the permissions for a file and get it into a favourable object, presumably a tibble with one row per permission. Given that info, especially the id of the permission, you're in a position to form additional calls that delete or update it. Finally, all of this is notably different for Team Drives.

@jennybc jennybc changed the title How un-share a file Detailed work with permissions Aug 20, 2017
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@LucyMcGowan LucyMcGowan commented Aug 25, 2017

🙊 If I built a wrapper for drive.permissions.update would we call it drive_share_update()?

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@jennybc jennybc commented Aug 25, 2017

I think this is for a later release. First we have to decide on an official way to create a tibble with one row per permission. So a user can inspect access individual permissions and decide what to do about them. Which variables do you include? Would you do it for exactly one file at a time? This is probably also where Team Drive differ the most. Etc etc. I propose we just let this be for the moment.

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