phalcon Working with ACL Additional condition in ACL


Example

You can add also add some more logic which has to be checked to your ACL using anonymous functions. They will be executed when using Phalcon\Acl\Adapter\Memory::allow() or Phalcon\Acl\Adapter\Memory::deny(), if they will return true, they role will be allowed to access certain action on resource.

$acl->allow('Customer', 'products', 'create', function($parameter) {
    return $parameter % 2 == 0;
});
$acl->isAllowed('Customer', 'products', 'create', ['parameter' => 1]); // this will return false
$acl->isAllowed('Customer', 'products', 'create', ['parameter' => 2]); // this will return true

Notice how parameters are passed to function. Your key in array needs to have the same name as in function. Also default parameters parameters can be passed, as well as objects.