Visualize a tree of local roles assigned on Plone items.

## slc.permissiondump

Walk the Plone portal and dump the list of local roles for each item. Then go through the dump and generate a nice HTML visualization of the tree of items with their assigned local roles.

## INSTALL

Add this egg to buildout’s egg list and run the buildout.

## USAGE

For usage description run the following:

$bin/instance dump_roles --help  To dump roles to a file, run the following: $ bin/instance dump_roles --output-dir OUTDIR --portal-name PORTAL


This command dumps permissions from Plone site PORTAL to a file called local_roles.txt located in OUTDIR. If directory does not exist, it is automatically created.

NOTE: specifying the output directory is optional, it defaults to directory “output” in the same directory from where the script is run. Plone site name is optional as well and defaults to “Plone”.

To generate HTML tree view run the following:

\$ bin/instance html_export --output-dir OUTDIR


The OUTDIR, if specified, must refer to the same output directory that was used to dump role info in previous step. Directory’s default name is again “output”.

Open the created HTML <OUTDIR>/local_roles_tree.html directly from the filesystem with your browser.

NOTE: in case of large files this might take some time, because synatree.js script must walk through the DOM and do its work. It might appear in the meantime that the browser is unresponsive - it’s just doing its work. Changelog =========

### 0.2.1 (2013-08-23)

• Fix: dump objects’ inherited roles as well (instead of just local roles) [plamut]

### 0.1 (2013-06-05)

• Initial release. [ibi, plamut, zupo]

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