I’m using the permissions API (and the python requests library) to be able to load permissions sets systematically.  I have to contact the Users API to get the uuid of the user (look up by the username).  So you contact a URL, and if you do it right you can get a bunch of json back that will allow you to pick out what you need.  So there’s no front-end use going on at the moment.




From: user-mgmt@ole-lists.openlibraryfoundation.org [mailto:user-mgmt@ole-lists.openlibraryfoundation.org] On Behalf Of Tania Hewes Fersenheim
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Can you expand on this? Do you mean adding permissions via the Users app in the FOLIO front end, or via some other avenue?



On Tue, Mar 12, 2019 at 4:58 PM Maura Byrne <byrne@uchicago.edu> wrote:


1.       At present, it’s not possible (or, at least, not evidently possible) to assign permissions to a user without knowing their UUID, which can be looked up in the users API.  Would we be interested in advocating for having a piece of the backend doing this lookup for us?


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