On Tue, Jun 30, 2009 at 1:51 AM, Josh Berkus<josh(at)agliodbs(dot)com> wrote:
>> seems slightly silly since surely anyone creating a new object would
>> just paste in their grants from another object or some common source
>> anyways, but I suppose that's the way with convenience features.
> That works fine until you have 6 (or more) defined roles and a couple
> hundred objects, and are in a "agile" environment where the dev team is
> constantly adding objects which have the wrong permissions. That's whose
> problem I'm trying to solve (because they're my clients).
Well I don't understand how you get them wrong if you're just pasting
them from a file. I mean, sure you can pick the wrong template but
nothing can help you there. You could just as easily pick the wrong
template if it's a database feature instead of a text file.
"Agile" doesn't mean doing things without thinking about them :)
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