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SOLVED

Folder Level ACL not inheriting to its child folder items.

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Step 1: Created Folder ACLCHeck

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Step 2 :

Created Content Fragment in ACLCheck folder

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Step 3 : Gave jcr:read, jcr:modify permissions to ACLCheckUser on ACLCheck folder using useradmin window.

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After refreshing same ACLCheck folder ACL reflected on adobecheck_cf

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Step 4. But in json response of adobecheck_cf no ACL info is reflecting.

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ACL should reflect in json response as below

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1 Accepted Solution

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Correct answer by
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Community Advisor

Hi,

You cannot get the rep:policy values in json if you don't have read acl rights.

and whenever the AC rights applied , they inherited by default.

 

In your screenshot, you must save the value first and again refresh the permission for user and then only you will see the rights for children node as well.

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Hi @arunpatidar 

 

I have hit the json responce api for above page using Admin credentials, and I think Admin have read ACL permission.

Also my main concern is the ACL applied on Folder is not inheriting to its child folder items. In json response of folder item it is not reflecting.

 

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Correct answer by
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When I hit http://localhost:4502/content/dam/aemlab/cf.tidy.2.json, I can see the permissions 

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