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Pros and cons of setting super admin in users table

I'm structuring a RBAC in a Web system. My database tables looks like: actions id name resources id name permissions id action_id resource_id roles id name permission_role permission_id ...
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Controlling permissions for content on web server (pattern/architecture)

I’m working on a proof of concept for a personal project and am unsure how to go about handling ‘permissions’ on content that is uploaded into the application. Problem: In this application users ...
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Should I make myself a superadmin?

I am currently developing a web application (in Ruby on Rails) for my university's department. The web application's user base have several roles: director (the director and assistant director of the ...
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Reasons not to have flexible role management system

Our .NET web application has the ability to add roles dynamically and assign functionalities (we define them in an application enum) to that role. So those functionalities are defined by us (our ...
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Design Application to “Actively” Invite Users (pretend they have privileges)

I am designing an application where users message one another privately, and may send messages to any Entity in the database (an Entity may not have a user account yet, it is a professional database). ...
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How can I create and manage permissions more dynamically?

I want to implement a security system into my web-based Intranet application which allows security administrators to 'fine-tune' exactly what type of access a user/role has to an object. For example, ...