One module for two 'super' controllers

Hi,

I have two plugins with rails active-rbac and actionflow. Actionflow
uses his own controller, so I have two super controllers one for the
application (ApplicationController) and one for actionflow
(FlowApplicationController with base ActionFlow::Base). Now I want to
use functionality in both controllers like authorization en
authentication. What is the best way to such a thing, must I build a
class a module, etc. And are there examples with a solution for my
problem.

Thanks in advance.

On 9 Dec 2007, at 10:09, Erwin wrote:

problem.
If you are asking whether a module is a good way to go for sharing
some code (eg before_filters for authentication, logging etc…)
between controllers, then yes, that will work.

Fred

Thanks for your reply. So I’ll put the code in a seperate module. Is
there some example how to do this?

Erwin

On 9 Dec 2007, at 22:11, Erwin wrote:

Thanks for your reply. So I’ll put the code in a seperate module. Is
there some example how to do this?

don’t know about that. There’s not really much to explain - you just
do it.

Fred

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