The situation is this:
My wordpress W has categores C1, which has a subcategory C11, and C2.
group G only can see and write category C2.
user U is in group G.
Lock recursive is On
And W has 3 posts:
- P1 in C1 and C11
- P2 in C11
- P3 in C2
W should show to U only P3, but it’s showing P2 and P3.
The problem is in UamAccessHandler::getExcludedPosts(). The SQL query, just exclude the categories I configured. With Lock recursive on, the subcategories are not in the table and are not excluded.
I think the problem is here:
AND tt.term_id IN ( SELECT gc.object_id FROM ".DB_ACCESSGROUP." iag INNER JOIN ".DB_ACCESSGROUP_TO_OBJECT." AS gc ON iag.id = gc.group_id WHERE gc.object_type = 'category' AND iag.".$accessType."_access != 'all' AND gc.object_id NOT IN (".$categoriesAssignedToUserString.")
But I don’t know how to change it.
Anyone could help me?
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