I recently discovered the userGroups extension.
I was surprised that a user can only belong to 1 group?!
I have a few datasets that tie together, so this would be really useful.
I was thinking I could have groups like:
Projects_Admin, Projects_Contributor (Projects)
Contacts_Admin, Contacts_Contributor (Customers & Suppliers)
Purchasing_Admin, Purchasing_Contributor (Purchasing)
Root, Admin_Maintenance (Admin)
So a basic user might belong to groups:
- Projects_Admin + Contacts_Contributor
[*]and a Project_Manager might belong to groups:
- Projects_Admin + Contacts_Contributor + Purchasing_Admin
[*]and the administrator would belong to groups:
- Root (which has admin on all controllers)
[size="4"]I think I will need to extend the userGroups extension to allow for a user to belong to multiple groups.
Has anyone implemented something like this already?[/size]