HUE-1624 [hbase] Configurable write permissions

Review Request #4213 — Created Feb. 28, 2014 and submitted

enricoberti, romain
commit 9677ea0578875cb7a2991796522ac3106eefe5bf
Author: Abraham Elmahrek <>
Date:   Fri Feb 28 16:33:45 2014 -0800

    HUE-1624 [hbase] Configurable write permissions
    Add read_only switch.
    Remove Bulk upload, new row, add column, and edit cell when read_only is true.
    Also remove add table functionality when read_only is true.

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Manually tested read_only permission.
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global var comment? Is there a better way for giving it to AppViewModel? romain romain
  1. So migrate to the other design: write perm?
  2. apps/hbase/src/hbase/templates/app.mako (Diff revision 1)
    global var comment?
    Is there a better way for giving it to AppViewModel?
    1. It seems difficult given the AppViewModel is defined and instantiated in app.js. We could split things up and instantiate AppViewModel outside of app.js, but I'd rather not modify things too much? Let me know what you think!
  3. apps/useradmin/src/useradmin/ (Diff revision 1)
    I am thinking, we could have a 'write' perm only, it would be clearer and by default non su would not have it.
  1. Excellent!!
    Could we do metastore (read_only_access --> write) in another jira too to be on sync? 
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Status: Closed (submitted)