Rails role based authentication
Does http://code.google.com/p/rolerequirement/ Role requirement works with Rails 3? If not, where can I find a role based management plugin like this for Rails?
I am trying to get to grips with the basics of authentication in Rails. To start with I have used the nifty_authentication generator by Ryan Bates. It's helping me learn the basic options for user log
Guys, I am trying to implement a solution for Role based access using Laravels Auth class I want to know what are the best practices for this, and to see where I am wrong in my implementation of the l
The most simplest method to authenticates a device by any application is by using sms based authentication is wherein, we send an sms from the device to the same device and if the sms is received in t
Does anyone know of a good guide on building your own authentication system in ruby on rails? I want to roll my own system to use with my community im building :) Thanks!
In Rails guide in http://edgeguides.rubyonrails.org/security.html, section 6.1, it introduces a role for attr_accessible with :as option, attr_accessible :name, :is_admin, :as => :admin My questio
I am trying to lock down our admin page to only admins using Asp.net Identity (we are building in MVC5). I can get [Authorize(Users=admin)] to work but can not get [Authorize(Roles=Admin)] to wo
I've got a web form with lots fields and buttons. These fields and buttons should be enabled and disabled based on users Role i.e. 'employee', 'team leader', 'manager' etc. Is there a way to tag each
This question already has an answer here: How redirect based on role after authentication with spring security 1 answer I use spring security, spring, hibernate and jsf authentication work corr
I'm having a tough time trying to find clear and concise examples of how one would implement a service-based authentication scheme using tokens. As far as I can tell, the basic steps are as follows:
I am trying to figure out the best way to implement token based authentication in my django app. An external, non-django application is setting a cookie, with a token, and I have a webservice that can
How does one implement OpenID based authentication in Angular.js (with Flask back-end web app)? It looks like the Angular.js code needs to incorporate logic like the example found here. However, the
Am I able to hide certain menu items in an asp:Menu control based on role? <asp:Menu ID=mTopMenu runat=server Orientation=Horizontal /> <Items> <asp:MenuItem Text=File> <a
I have created few rest services using jersey implementation. In security concerns, service can invoke by any one. So I decided to use the token based authentication system. I wrote one filter in spri
I have an asp.net 4 webforms project. I have a form for managing existing users in the app, but some of the options may be grayed out or hidden for some users depending on their role within the applic
I understand that in a role based access control system (RBAC), roles within an organization are represented by roles. Each role then contains different tasks (access permissions) to do things within
I'm curious what the state of the art is for DRY views these days. I've got an app that's been evolving for over three and a half years, and these days the view layer is not a happy place. First a lit
I am trying to figure out how to show/hide a navigation link based on the users role. Currently I am testing to see if the user is logged in, and that works great - here's my code: <HyperlinkButton
I am using the standard ASP.net OWIN OAuth middleware system to authenticate local users with Bearer tokens. What I would like to do is is hand out role-based tokens for the same user account. eg. O
How do I create a menu in a ASP.NET MVC2 Master Page, dynamically based on the current user's role?
I am developing on Rails 3 and using Savon(savonrb.com) I need to connect to Web Services via SOAP Web Services require authentication I can connect but can't get authonticated... I used SOAP UI for
I'm looking to solve a problem I have with implementing role-based authorization of a project I'm working on. The project is in ASP.NET MVC 3. The application authenticates users and these users have
I'm a reasonably new user of Spring Security. I previously configured Spring Security to perform form based authentication for my web app. I've used Annotations to indication which Controllers/Methods
I'm using Rails 4.0.0, ruby 2.0.0p247, and CanCan 1.6.10. How do I authorize users with CanCan based on their role in a join table (has_many :through)? I have 3 models: User, Group, and GroupUser. Us
So in the past we had acts_as_authenticated, restful_authentication etc... But now there are a variety of options along with Rails itself having authentication functionality. I'm about to start a new
I have an REST service on my webserver, written in php. I was wondering, what would be the best authentication (besides basic http access authentication). I've heared of token-based auth, and would li
Currently I'm using Rolify & CanCan to manage roles and abilities in my Rails 3 app. My question is: How can I get a user to have a role by default on creation? for example, if I have a user rol
I'm pretty new to MVC and developing an application with ASP.NET MVC 4. For authentication I'm using Windows Authentication with Active Directory in a domain. Next step is to authorize users (without
A number of applications support the following method for passing authentication credentials to a server: https://username:email@example.com Among these applications are both wget and Firefox (
I've got a rails app I want to start enabling some iOS integration with. I have a basic authentication system built mostly from scratch with a little help from Sorcery. My understanding is there's bas
I have couple of applications developed in asp.net with authentication from Open LDAP. The applications are working fine and I am having no problem with authentication. The main problem is to manage u
How to set up HTTP authentication in a Rails application running on WEBrick?
I need to do a secondary authentication layer for special areas of access. So after login a user may login again after that. I'm already using Devise for normal authentication, so I can't use password
How to implement role based security in each page.
I'm using asp.net mvc 3, My problem is I need to use the customized users login table instead of using the my_aspnet_users auto generated. How can i point the Membership and role authentication to use
I've been using rails for a while and have used restful_authentication for user logins for the past few years. However this doesnt seem to be getting maintained any more, so was thiking it is time to
Does exists gem, that implements following things: User can has many roles Each role has group of permissions Each permission just boolean Roles and permissions stored in database (most important) F
I am using Claims based authentication and the IAuthenticationManager interface to sign in and sign out and so forth. My question is this. How do I give the cookie that is generated a custom name?
I need to hide some form fields in a form when a user is not a certain role. How could that be done? From the docs I know you can give access to certain actions like show, update or just manage But ho
I'm writing a Drupal 6 module where my task is assingning a specific role to users who register on my site based on a selection from a combo put on the registration form by Content Profile field. (Aut
I'm using Passport.js for authentication in an Express application. I need to implement role-based authorization and I'm leaning towards connect-roles for it's easy integration with Passport. I unders
I would like to use form-based authentication as outlined in the book JavaServer Faces (O'REILLY). But instead of letting Tomcat manage the users, I would like to manage them myself: store them in a d
I am able to authenticate the user from the database but there are different users in my app so I want to redirect them to their different homepages based on their Role. The best way I guess would be
I'm building a Rails 3 system where I need to give users specific roles based on the path they take to sign up on the site. I am using Devise and Cancan. So for instance, the path new-fundraiser (or /
I am using native CDbAuthManager to implement RBAC in my webapp. How can I get all the users who has permission to do a role? Suppose I have role named updateprofile. I want to get all the users assig
I poked around StackOverflow and Google, but couldn't find anyone who has put together a comparison of authentication gems or plugins for Rails (I'm looking for something for Rails 3). What authentica
I have a problem with populating a model content in Spring MVC application, based on user role managed by Spring Security. In my application (simplified example) I've got two roles defined: ROLE_USER
I'm building a simple project collaboration tool using rails 2.3. Authentication is handling with Restful Authentication plugin and for role management using Role Requirement plugin. I need to create
the application I'm working on already has Spring Security to handle form based authentication. Now the requirement is to login a user programmatically via an external service if a token is found in o
I was wondering how to tell Django which authentication backend to use based on if the user is marked as staff or if they are not. Can this be done?
I plan to make an app based rails site. The rails webapplication should only have authentication and the rest of the functionality are apps. The basic idea is that users in the future could develop