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How to provide access to child nodes while restricting parent nodes (nodes are not fixed)

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18-02-2020

Hi All,

How to provide  access  to child nodes while restricting parent nodes

 

//Content Tree

Root

   - Parent-1

      -- Child-1

           --- SubChild -1

               --- SubSubChild -1 to N

           --- SubChild -2 

           --- SubChild -n 

                  

     - Parent-2

       ---

        ---

     - Parent-n

 

This should work in Touch UI [Sites, Page ]as well as Classic UI [Siteadmin,Page]

  • Activate accesss to All Parent (1-n) and SubChild(1-n)  nodes, but restrict Deactivation,Delete,Move

  • All permissions to SubSubChild (1-n)

NOTE : nodes are not fixed, 

In my case I cannot set permission to a fixed node (content/SiteB or content/SiteC)
It depends on the template I have to set a permission to a particular group, some cases page might be under (content/parent/child  or content/parent/child1/child2/child3)

 

Thank you in Advance.

ACL AEM AEM 6.3 AEM 6.4 AEM 6.5 User groups

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18-02-2020

Hi,

You need to use rep:glob type ACLs to do what you want, see here:

https://helpx.adobe.com/experience-manager/kb/how-to-leverage-rep-glob-aces-to-manage-permissions-on...

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Thank you Andrew,

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Thank you @Andrew_Khoury 

The link which you provided is for fixed nodes, in my case I cannot set permission to a fixed node (content/SiteB or content/SiteC)

It depends on the template I have to set a permission to a particular group, some cases page might be under (content/parent/child  or content/parent/child1/child2/child3)

 

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Any suggestions?