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Read only access to /system/console

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Is there any way to provide read-only access to /system/console for specific user groups?

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@Mahedi_Sabuj 

 

I don't think its possible to provide Read-only access.

Based on the functionality needed, may be you can check for other alternative in AEM.

 


Aanchal Sikka

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Correct answer by
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@Mahedi_Sabuj 

 

I don't think its possible to provide Read-only access.

Based on the functionality needed, may be you can check for other alternative in AEM.

 


Aanchal Sikka

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Hi @Mahedi_Sabuj ,

You can add user groups but it will be with full access not just read only.

 

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Himanshu Jain

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@Mahedi_Sabuj ,

 

Have you checked the configuration for org.apache.sling.extensions.webconsolesecurityprovider.internal.SlingWebConsoleSecurityProvider ?

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But there is no workaround to provide read only access .

Himanshu Jain

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Hi @Mahedi_Sabuj!

The direct answer to your question has correctly been provided by @aanchal-sikka. There is no easy, direct way to provide read-only access to the system console (Apache Felix web console) OOTB.

However, depending on your setup and use case, there might be other options to satisfy your requirements:

  • If your are using Cloud Manager, there is the Developer console which provides read-only access to log files, bundle status and OSGI configuration information.
  • Depending on the specific information you want to share, there might be other UIs or ways to expose that data in a read-only manner.

 

Hope that helps!