I am confused about your awnser. The EW addon bring a new permission named "ExtraWatch module" and I think I can add or remove this permission to a group.
Is this not right?
My use case is, that my customer is an restricted admin, with some specific rights. My customer dont want see all the massive list of Magento options in backend, because he use a small set of functions. But the EW addon he want also see. And so: I have to try to add this permission/right to his group. But it fails.
The administrator has disabled public write access.
cant assign ExtraWatch-permission to a role
3 years 3 months ago #395
I have installed the latest version (6.10.2014) and the script is now collection data. cool!
But the here described problem is still present. I can't give the permission "ExtraWatch module" to a none-superadmin.
The reaction is still the same:
- go to group permissions
- set permission "ExtraWatch module"
- klick save
and then the group does *not* have the permission active.
what is the problem or what can I do?
I have try to set the permission manually via phpMyAdmin. And what I have to see? The permission *is* set to 'allow'. (see screenshot) Then I go to group permissions, the ExtraWatch module permission inst checked and the admin with restritions, *cant* see the ExtraWatch-feature.
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