Support » Plugins » [Plugin: Events calendar / Role Scoper] Events Calendar restrictions

  • I’m building a CMS system based on WP. One of the enhancements would be Events Calendar and of course Role Scoper . I run into trouble, though.

    Although Events calendar has the ability to restrict certain events to user levels but defining restrictions in Role Scope does not affect the calendar. The event would still show up on the calendar, although the role of the specific user wouldn’t allow to view it (when clicked the event redirects to the blank page – which is the correct behavior, since it is ruled by RoleScoper).
    Another solution would be assigning event to category (like the event related post) and restricting that…

    May be someone has an idea of restricting the events or making them category specific?

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  • I have notice the same issue. I hope someone can find a solution to this.

    This issue is resolved in the current version of Role Scoper.

    Hi Kevin,
    what version of Role Scoper you are referring to? I have 1.0.0-rc9.9303 but we are still using WP 2.6. To use your new Role Scoper or at least the version where this has been fixed do I need to upgrade the version of WP we have?

    Thank you.

    The Events Calendar plugin by snumb130, heirem, laplix (as of version 6.6-beta) is not fully compatible with Role Scoper. The calendar query is parsed immediatly on execution of events-calendar.php, so there is no way for Role Scoper to filter a manually constructed calendar request. For normal operation, your calendar will appear properly filtered, but are not really protected.

    There are no conflicts with Event Calendar 3 by Alex Tingle, at last check.

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