How to use the baucis.Controller function in baucis

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github wprl / baucis-swagger / index.js View on Github external
// __Dependencies__
var baucis = require('baucis');
var deco = require('deco');
var decorators = deco.require(__dirname, [ 'Controller', 'Api' ]).hash;

github capaj / Moonridge / utils / baucis.js View on Github external
'use strict'
const debug = require('debug')('moonridge:baucis')
const baucis = require('baucis')

const mapVerbToOperation = {
  POST: 'create',
  GET: 'read',
  PUT: 'update',
  DELETE: 'remove'

baucis.Controller.decorators(function (options, protect) {
  var controller = this
  const model = controller.model()
  const mrOpts = model.moonridgeOpts
  controller.request(function (request, response, next) {
    // expects request.moonridge to be something like {user: {privilege_level: 30}}
    const operation = mapVerbToOperation[request.method]
    let errWhileCheckingPermissions
    try {
      mrOpts.checkPermission(request, operation)
    } catch (err) {
      errWhileCheckingPermissions = err
    debug('errWhileCheckingPermissions ', errWhileCheckingPermissions)
    if (errWhileCheckingPermissions) {
      return response.status(403).send(baucis.Error.Forbidden(`You lack a privilege to ${request.method} ${model.modelName} collection`))


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