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ACL and RBAC

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ACL, rbac, Tree structure, authorization, security, scalability

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How the objects fit together
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What the ACL-Extension does is basically to put the ACL-Objects (Aros, Aco) in two tree-hierarchies (in each tree are only objects of one type).
This implies that ACL-Objects can have parents and chil
dren, while children inherit the permissions of their parents.
Note that hierarchies are _explicitly_ supported for both Aros _and_ Acos. Also, each Aro and Aco can have _multiple_ parents. The depth of the hierarchy is unlimited, the lookup is non-recursive.


Permission Lookup Layers
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