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How to change existing access right of some model in a ir.model.access.csv?

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Hammad hussain qureshi
on 3/28/15, 7:17 AM 870 views

I want to replace the existing access right of a model for a specific group with my own. I don't want to make changes in the base modules and want to achieve this by making changes in my own custom modules. Any good approach for this?

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Baiju
On 3/28/15, 9:10 AM

Hi,

You can override that by inheritance by defining security file in your custom module, for that you have to do:-

- create a 'security' folder and 'ir.model.access.csv' in your custom module.

- make sure you added that file path in " openerp.py " file

- For better understanding we can take an Example. Let us assume that you want to change security access right in 'hr' module

access_hr_employee_user,hr.employee user,model_hr_employee,base.group_hr_user,1,1,1,1

- for changing this you have to define new access right in your module like this:-

hr.access_hr_employee_user,hr.employee user,model_hr_employee,base.group_hr_user,1,0,0,0 


Hope this helps....

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Judith
On 11/21/16, 9:38 AM

I tried it in odoo 9 community, but i'm getting following error:  "no  dataset found for external id 'model_hr_employee' in field Object"


my code:

hr.access_hr_employee_user,hr.employee user,model_hr_employee,base.group_hr_user,1,0,0,0
hr.access_hr_department_user,hr.department.user,model_hr_department,base.group_hr_user,1,0,0,0

i got it: you've got to inherit the model thingy as wel, like so:

[...] hr.model_hr_employee,base.group_hr_user,1,0,0,0

Auditum AG, Judith
on 11/21/16, 9:53 AM

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Asked: 3/28/15, 7:17 AM
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