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In your menu xml file the permission for a path defaults to "access CiviCRM" if not otherwise specified. To specify it as completely open, use <access_callback>1</access_callback> Here's an example: …
answered May 14 '15 by Coleman
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This was a regression which is now being fixed. See https://github.com/civicrm/civicrm-core/pull/12613
answered Aug 6 '18 by Coleman
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This was a regression bug from 4.4 to 4.5. I have submitted a fix for the next release (4.6.4). See https://issues.civicrm.org/jira/browse/CRM-16557
answered May 26 '15 by Coleman
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There is an extension that does exactly what you're looking for: Relationship Permissions as ACLs The release on the extensions page only does 1 thing (setting permissioned relationships to … actually give acl permissions to those contacts, which CiviCRM does not do by default) but if you download the extension directly from github, it has the feature you are looking for (automatically adding …
answered Apr 2 '15 by Coleman
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I wonder if a better pattern to start with would be custom fields of type "ContactReference" - these go through a different ajax callback which by default does not check permissions (for better or worse). …
answered Dec 21 '15 by Coleman
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I'm not sure what context you are doing this in, but since you are calling the API from php, you can pass in the param 'check_permissions' => FALSE to bypass the ACLs for the logged in user. This is u …
answered Aug 11 '17 by Coleman
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I would take a closer look at the event calendar extension and check which permission exactly it needs (something more specific like "CiviEvent: view event info" might work) - if that's not the case, …
answered Mar 6 '16 by Coleman