# Teams

NOTE

The teams feature is optional, please go to the teams configuration in order to use the feature.

# Roles Assignment & Removal

The roles assignment and removal are the same, but this time you can pass the team as an optional parameter.

$team = Team::where('name', 'my-awesome-team')->first();
$admin = Role::where('name', 'admin')->first();

$user->attachRole($admin, $team); // parameter can be an object, array, id or the string name.

This will attach the admin role to the user but only within the my-awesome-team team.

You can also attach multiple roles to the user within a team:

$team = Team::where('name', 'my-awesome-team')->first();
$admin = Role::where('name', 'admin')->first();
$owner = Role::where('name', 'owner')->first();

$user->attachRoles([$admin, $owner], $team); // parameter can be an object, array, id or the string name.

To remove the roles you can do:

$user->detachRole($admin, $team); // parameter can be an object, array, id or the string name.
$user->detachRoles([$admin, $owner], $team); // parameter can be an object, array, id or the string name.

You can also sync roles within a group:

$user->syncRoles([$admin, $owner], $team); // parameter can be an object, array, id or the string name.

IMPORTANT

It will sync the roles depending of the team passed, because there is a wherePivot constraint in the syncing method. So if you pass a team with id of 1, it will sync all the roles that are attached to the user where the team id is 1.

So if you don't pass any team, it will sync the roles where the team id is null in the pivot table.

# Permissions Assignment & Removal

The permissions assignment and removal are the same, but this time you can pass the team as an optional parameter.

$team = Team::where('name', 'my-awesome-team')->first();
$editUser = Permission::where('name', 'edit-user')->first();

$user->attachPermission($editUser, $team); // parameter can be an object, array, id or the string name.

This will attach the edit-user permission to the user but only within the my-awesome-team team.

You can also attach multiple permissions to the user within a team:

$team = Team::where('name', 'my-awesome-team')->first();
$editUser = Permission::where('name', 'edit-user')->first();
$manageUsers = Permission::where('name', 'manage-users')->first();

$user->attachPermissions([$editUser, $manageUsers], $team); // parameter can be an object, array, id or the string name.

To remove the permissions you can do:

$user->detachPermission($editUser, $team); // parameter can be an object, array, id or the string name.
$user->detachPermissions([$editUser, $manageUsers], $team); // parameter can be an object, array, id or the string name.

You can also sync permissions within a group:

$user->syncPermissions([$editUser, $manageUsers], $team); // parameter can be an object, array, id or the string name.

IMPORTANT

It will sync the permissions depending of the team passed, because there is a wherePivot constraint in the syncing method. So if you pass a team with id of 1, it will sync all the permissions that are attached to the user where the team id is 1 in the pivot table.

So if you don't pass any team, it will sync the permissions where the team id is null in the pivot table.

# Checking Roles & Permissions

The roles and permissions verification is the same, but this time you can pass the team parameter.

The teams roles and permissions check can be configured by changing the teams_strict_check value inside the config/laratrust.php file. This value can be true or false:

  • If teams_strict_check is set to false: When checking for a role or permission if no team is given, it will check if the user has the role or permission regardless if that role or permissions was attached inside a team.

  • If teams_strict_check is set to true: When checking for a role or permission if no team is given, it will check if the user has the role or permission where the team id is null.

Check roles:

    $user->hasRole('admin', 'my-awesome-team');
    $user->hasRole(['admin', 'user'], 'my-awesome-team', true);

Check permissions:

    $user->isAbleTo('edit-user', 'my-awesome-team');
    $user->isAbleTo(['edit-user', 'manage-users'], 'my-awesome-team', true);

# User Ability

The user ability is the same, but this time you can pass the team parameter.

$options = [
    'requireAll' => true, //Default: false,
    'foreignKeyName'  => 'canBeAnyString' //Default: null
];

$user->ability(['admin'], ['edit-user'], 'my-awesome-team');
$user->ability(['admin'], ['edit-user'], 'my-awesome-team', $options);

# Permissions, Roles & Ownership Checks

The permissions, roles and ownership checks work the same, but this time you can pass the team in the options array.

$options = [
    'team' => 'my-awesome-team',
    'requireAll' => false,
    'foreignKeyName' => 'writer_id'
];

$post = Post::find(1);
$user->canAndOwns(['edit-post', 'delete-post'], $post, $options);
$user->hasRoleAndOwns(['admin', 'writer'], $post, $options);
Last Updated: 5/4/2020, 8:38:47 PM