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Version: 8.1

system.perspective.isAuthorized

This function is used in Python Scripting.

Description

Checks if the user in the current Session is authorized against a target collection of security levels.

Syntax

system.perspective.isAuthorized(isAllOf, securityLevels, [sessionID])

Parameters

TypeParameterDescription
BooleanisAllOfTrue if the current user must have all of the given security levels to be authorized. False if the current user must have at least one of the given security levels to be authorized.
List[String]securityLevelsAn array of string paths to a security level node in the form of "Path/To/Node". Each level in the tree is delimited by a forward slash character. The public node is never a part of the path.
StringsessionId
New in 8.1.3
Identifier of the Session to target. If omitted, the current Session will be used automatically. [optional]

Returns

True if the user logged into the specified session is authorized, false otherwise.

Scope

Gateway, Perspective Session

note

This function will only work in the Gateway scope if sessionId is supplied to the call.

Code Examples

Code Snippet
# Returns true if the current user has either Administrator or Baz.
# Returns false if they have neither.
path1 = "Authenticated/Roles/Administrator"
path2 = "Foo/Bar/Baz"
isAuthorized = system.perspective.isAuthorized(False, [path1, path2])

Keywords

system perspective isAuthorized, perspective.isAuthorized