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16 May
3 years ago

can left a reply on Authorization Policies With @can And Controller Authorization

@awarren I don't know if it's the problem or not but do you access your route through auth middleware? for example by adding this to your controller:

class FooController extends Controller { /** * Create a new controller instance. * */ public function __construct() { $this->middleware('auth'); } }


or in `routes`:

Route::group(['middleware' => 'auth'], function () { Route::patch('/post/{post}', function () { // Uses Auth Middleware }); });

can left a reply on Authorization Policies With @can And Controller Authorization

@awarren have you registered your new Foo and FooPolicy in AuthServiceProvider?

/**
     * The policy mappings for the application.
     *
     * @var array
     */
    protected $policies = [
        'App\Post' => 'App\Policies\PostPolicy',
    'App\Foo' => 'App\Policies\FooPolicy',
    ];

can left a reply on Authorization Policies With @can And Controller Authorization

@awarren Yes, I can confirm that @can('create', \App\Post::class) is working, my silly mistake was calling it like @can('create', Post::class). I updated my answer ;)

can left a reply on Authorization Policies With @can And Controller Authorization

It is because @can and authorize method in controller can't correspond to UserGroupPolicy because they have no arguments to determine the class.

you can use $this->authorize('create', UserGroup::class); If you define your create policy method like this:

class UserGroupPolicy
{
    public function create(User $user)
    {
        return true;
    }
}

Unfortunately, I couldn't make @can method work yet!