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Axel Mendoza Cuba

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Axel Mendoza Cuba
2/10/16, 4:36 AM

If the model it's not defined in the same module of the ir.model.access.csv then you need to specify the module when defining the security line,

like in the module portal_project:

access_project,project,project.model_project_project,base.group_portal,1,0,0,0

For your case is the same:

"access_project_project_public_access","Public user access to project.project","project.model_project_project","base.group_portal",1,1,1,0

Also the "..." are not necessary, the separator is the comma

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Oocademy, Yenthe Van Ginneken Belgium
2/10/16, 4:47 AM

Wow, that was a really stupid mistake there, sorry.. @Axel what I do find strange is that my other security rule for the model project.issue is working fine without adding project. in front of it, why is this the case? Could this be because I have an inherit of project.issue in one of my Python files?

Axel Mendoza Cuba
2/10/16, 4:51 AM

That's the only reason that I could imagine for that

Oocademy, Yenthe Van Ginneken Belgium
2/10/16, 5:06 AM

Interesting that this one option slipped through, I'm going to guess it comes because of the inherit. This set me on the wrong side and never made me think about adding the external module name in front of it. Thank you Axel.

Phillip Stack, Phillip Canada
7/29/16, 1:05 PM

I found myself, in the exact situation. I found success with an inherited module and could not for the life of me understand why other modules (not inherited) would not allow me to alter their permissions. Great job Axel

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