Patch IssueQuery to add new QueryColumn on user rights
I want to add a new column to the issue table. It's working fine BUT I now want to add that column only if the user has specifics rights (let's say for now, only check if the user is admin). But, the user is always anonymous therefore not admin even if I am logged. I tried many different ways to path `issue` and `issue_query`.
require 'redmine' Issue.send(:include, IssuePatch) IssueQuery.send(:include, IssueQueryPatch) Redmine::Plugin.register :test do blablabla end
require_dependency 'issue' module IssuePatch def self.included(base) base.class_eval do def test return 1 end end end end
require_dependency "issue_query" module IssueQueryPatch def self.included(base) base.class_eval do # TODO if User.current.admin? # How to access current user status ?? self.available_columns << QueryColumn.new(:test, :caption => :Test) end end end end
Another way, is like this https://stackoverflow.com/questions/64896217/redmine-add-new-querycolumn-on-condition (this is my question).
If you see in the Redmine code, the IssueQuery uses the user current status, but I can't figure out how I can do so myself.
(https://www.redmine.org/boards/3/topics/35615 is very interesting but can't be reproduce because `before_filter` doesn't exist anymore)
I found a way to do that by forcing the model to hook after by using before_validation
require_dependency "issue_query" module IssueQueryPatch def self.included(base) base.class_eval do before_validation :display_test def display_test # view_test is a permission in init.rb if User.current.admin? || User.current.allowed_to?(:view_test, nil, :global => true) self.available_columns << QueryColumn.new(:test, :caption => :Test) end end end end end