Adding Another Domain Class To Grails User App

First, create the domain class:

grails create-domain-class info.shelfunit.Magazine

Next, add some fields and the SecUser class:

SecUser owner
 String title
 String topic

LInk it to SecUser:

static belongsTo = [SecUser]

Link SecUser to our new domain (we already had a Book class):

static hasMany = [books: Book, magazines: Magazine]

Add some constraints to our new domain:

static constraints = {
 title blank: false
 topic blank: false

Next, generate the controller and the views:

grails generate-all info.shelfunit.Magazine

Add some imports in the MagazineController

import grails.plugin.springsecurity.annotation.Secured
 import grails.plugin.springsecurity.SpringSecurityService
 import info.shelfunit.SecUser

Add the Spring Security Service:

def springSecurityService

Add the following annotation to the index and show methods:


Add the following annotation to everything else:


Change the save method to ensure the user ID is the logged in user:

def user = springSecurityService.currentUser
 magazineInstance.owner = springSecurityService.currentUser

Next, let’s change the views.

In index.gsp, wrap the link for the create action in a block to see if the user is logged in and has a “USER” role:

<sec:ifAllGranted roles="ROLE_USER">
 <li><g:link action="create"><g:message code="" args="[entityName]" /></g:link></li>

In show.gsp, we should put an if block around the links to delete and edit a magazine

<g:if test="${magazineInstance?.owner?.id == currentLoggedInUser?.id}">
 <g:form url="[resource:magazineInstance, action:'delete']" method="DELETE">
 <g:link action="edit" resource="${magazineInstance}"><g:message code="default.button.edit.label" default="Edit" /></g:link>
 <g:actionSubmit action="delete" value="${message(code: 'default.button.delete.label', default: 'Delete')}" onclick="return confirm('${message(code: 'default.button.delete.confirm.message', default: 'Are you sure?')}');" />

There is no change at this time to create.gsp or edit.gsp.



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