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  • From: "blair christensen." <>
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  • Subject: Re: [grouper-users] Arbitrary attributes problem
  • Date: Fri, 4 Aug 2006 10:01:55 -0500
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On 8/2/06, GW Brown, Information Systems and Computing
The failure to save values is due to the way the UI uses the API. In
several places I use Group.getRemovableTypes - so I can exclude the base
type. This method requires you to be 'root':

if (PrivilegeResolver.getInstance().isRoot(this.getSession().getSubject()))

I can change my code, but is there any reason why this method should be
restricted, so long as Group.deleteType has appropriate checks?

This might have been due to a misunderstanding between the two of us
when you requested this method. I (apparently) thought the desired
behavior was to show what group types the acting subject could remove
from a group rather than all types that could in theory be removed.

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