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Pundit: How to apply the same policy to nested resources
working with pundit gem. Is it possible to apply the same rule to nested resources? if show is not allowed in lecture_policy then show in lesson_policy should not be allowed too.
Lecture has_many :enrollments has_many :users, through: :enrollments has_many :lessons end Lesson belongs_to :lecture end User has_many :lectures, through: enrollments has_many :enrollments end Enrollment belongs_to :user belongs_to :lecture end
class LecturePolicy < ApplicationPolicy def index? true end def create? false end def update? false end def edit? false end class Scope < Scope def resolve scope.where(:id => user.enrollments.select(:lecture_id)) end end end
Thanks so much for your comments!
The answer is simple enough that you might kick yourself. :)
You can simply call the policy inside the other one. Here's an example I found on Stack Overflow:
def edit? # I am assuming that a user can edit themselves, so the "or" is in there, if not, go back to using and document.user_id == user.id or UserPolicy.new(user, User.find(document.user_id)).edit? end
I kicked myself! haha
Actually I have found the answer, I must have been really tired....
What I did is that I just added to the lessons_controller.rb seems to do the trick actually. Will run some test.
def show @lecture = Lecture.find(params[:lecture_id]) @lesson = @lecture.lessons.find(params[:id]) **authorize @lecture** end