Edit button

Edit button

3 months 3 weeks ago #9775 by MULTINOVUM sp. z o.o.

When user create item, and parameters is set to "can adit own", he should see EDIT button below single item, but there is no button (he see edid icon on list items, but not in single item).

I fixed it change this:

$canEdit = JFactory::getUser()->authorise('core.edit', 'com_mycomponent.' . $this->item->id);

if (!$canEdit && JFactory::getUser()->authorise('core.edit.own', 'com_mycomponent' . $this->item->id))
{
$canEdit = JFactory::getUser()->id == $this->item->created_by;
}

to this:
$canEdit = JFactory::getUser()->authorise('core.edit', 'com_mycomponent.' . $this->item->id);

if (!$canEdit && JFactory::getUser()->authorise('core.edit.own', 'com_mycomponent.' . $this->item->id))
{
$canEdit = JFactory::getUser()->id == $this->item->created_by;
}

(I add dot after 'com_mycomponent)
and now user can see that EDIT button

Am I correct?
Is this bug on Component Creator?

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3 months 3 weeks ago #9778 by Carl Fuentes

It was incorrect to add "." into the code.
I have tested this function and it worked as it should.

Can you make sure that user trying to edit the item is the owner of the item. Also make sure checked out of item for the edit button to show.

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3 months 2 weeks ago #9784 by MULTINOVUM sp. z o.o.

User is owner for sure.

Is there any special function to show or hide EDIT button?

Setting of permissions is not enough?

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