Is it possible to use AuthorizeView on a GridCommand Button

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Fabrizio asked on 14 Feb 2022, 03:43 PM | edited on 14 Feb 2022, 03:45 PM

I'm currently trying to use AuthorizeView to inherit the Policy restrictions to programmatically show/hide the GridCommandButton

Something like this:

<AuthorizeView Policy="@Policies.ManageAllUsersPolicy">
            <Authorized>
                <GridCommandColumn Width="190px">
                    <GridCommandButton Command="Edit" Icon="edit">Edit</GridCommandButton>
                </GridCommandColumn>
            </Authorized>
 </AuthorizeView>

But I get an Error:

 

SeverityError
CodeRZ9999
DescriptionThe child content element 'ChildContent' of component 'GridCommandColumn' uses the same parameter name ('context') as enclosing child content element 'Authorized' of component 'AuthorizeView'. Specify the parameter name like: '<ChildContent Context="another_name"> to resolve the ambiguity

 

I'm fairly new to the Kendo UI so I simply tried to name the Context directly on the AuthorizeView/Authorized component and GridCommandColumn (there's no Context property on GridCommanButton)
But without success.

Is it possible to use AUthorizeView, or should I move toward a solution where I manually check to the fulfillment of the policy and use a boolean to show/hide the button?

Fabrizio
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commented on 14 Feb 2022, 03:53 PM

My Bad!
I had another grid with the same configuration in another component that was still giving the error

Adding Context on AuthorizeView/Authorized component and GridCommandColumn works.



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