function _node_query_node_access_alter

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7 node.module _node_query_node_access_alter($query, $type)

Helper for node access functions.

Queries tagged with 'node_access' that are not against the {node} table should add the base table as metadata. For example:

  $query
    ->addTag('node_access')
    ->addMetaData('base_table', 'taxonomy_index');

If the query is not against the {node} table, an attempt is made to guess the table, but is not recommended to rely on this as it is deprecated and not allowed in Drupal 8. It is always safer to provide the table.

Parameters

$query: The query to add conditions to.

$type: Either 'node' or 'entity' depending on what sort of query it is. See node_query_node_access_alter() and node_query_entity_field_access_alter() for more.

Related topics

2 calls to _node_query_node_access_alter()

File

modules/node/node.module, line 3311
The core that allows content to be submitted to the site. Modules and scripts may programmatically submit nodes using the usual form API pattern.

Code

function _node_query_node_access_alter($query, $type) {
  global $user;

  // Read meta-data from query, if provided.
  if (!$account = $query->getMetaData('account')) {
    $account = $user;
  }
  if (!$op = $query->getMetaData('op')) {
    $op = 'view';
  }

  // If $account can bypass node access, or there are no node access modules,
  // or the operation is 'view' and the $account has a global view grant
  // (such as a view grant for node ID 0), we don't need to alter the query.
  if (user_access('bypass node access', $account)) {
    return;
  }
  if (!count(module_implements('node_grants'))) {
    return;
  }
  if ($op == 'view' && node_access_view_all_nodes($account)) {
    return;
  }

  $tables = $query->getTables();
  $base_table = $query->getMetaData('base_table');
  // If no base table is specified explicitly, search for one.
  if (!$base_table) {
    $fallback = '';
    foreach ($tables as $alias => $table_info) {
      if (!($table_info instanceof SelectQueryInterface)) {
        $table = $table_info['table'];
        // If the node table is in the query, it wins immediately.
        if ($table == 'node') {
          $base_table = $table;
          break;
        }
        // Check whether the table has a foreign key to node.nid. If it does,
        // do not run this check again as we found a base table and only node
        // can triumph that.
        if (!$base_table) {
          // The schema is cached.
          $schema = drupal_get_schema($table);
          if (isset($schema['fields']['nid'])) {
            if (isset($schema['foreign keys'])) {
              foreach ($schema['foreign keys'] as $relation) {
                if ($relation['table'] === 'node' && $relation['columns'] === array('nid' => 'nid')) {
                  $base_table = $table;
                }
              }
            }
            else {
              // At least it's a nid. A table with a field called nid is very
              // very likely to be a node.nid in a node access query.
              $fallback = $table;
            }
          }
        }
      }
    }
    // If there is nothing else, use the fallback.
    if (!$base_table) {
      if ($fallback) {
        watchdog('security', 'Your node listing query is using @fallback as a base table in a query tagged for node access. This might not be secure and might not even work. Specify foreign keys in your schema to node.nid ', array('@fallback' => $fallback), WATCHDOG_WARNING);
        $base_table = $fallback;
      }
      else {
        throw new Exception(t('Query tagged for node access but there is no nid. Add foreign keys to node.nid in schema to fix.'));
      }
    }
  }

  // Find all instances of the base table being joined -- could appear
  // more than once in the query, and could be aliased. Join each one to
  // the node_access table.

  $grants = node_access_grants($op, $account);
  if ($type == 'entity') {
    // The original query looked something like:
    // @code
    //  SELECT nid FROM sometable s
    //  INNER JOIN node_access na ON na.nid = s.nid
    //  WHERE ($node_access_conditions)
    // @endcode
    //
    // Our query will look like:
    // @code
    //  SELECT entity_type, entity_id
    //  FROM field_data_something s
    //  LEFT JOIN node_access na ON s.entity_id = na.nid
    //  WHERE (entity_type = 'node' AND $node_access_conditions) OR (entity_type <> 'node')
    // @endcode
    //
    // So instead of directly adding to the query object, we need to collect
    // all of the node access conditions in a separate db_and() object and
    // then add it to the query at the end.
    $node_conditions = db_and();
  }
  foreach ($tables as $nalias => $tableinfo) {
    $table = $tableinfo['table'];
    if (!($table instanceof SelectQueryInterface) && $table == $base_table) {
      // Set the subquery.
      $subquery = db_select('node_access', 'na')->fields('na', array('nid'));

      $grant_conditions = db_or();
      // If any grant exists for the specified user, then user has access
      // to the node for the specified operation.
      foreach ($grants as $realm => $gids) {
        foreach ($gids as $gid) {
          $grant_conditions->condition(db_and()->condition('na.gid', $gid)->condition('na.realm', $realm));
        }
      }

      // Attach conditions to the subquery for nodes.
      if (count($grant_conditions->conditions())) {
        $subquery->condition($grant_conditions);
      }
      $subquery->condition('na.grant_' . $op, 1, '>=');
      $field = 'nid';
      // Now handle entities.
      if ($type == 'entity') {
        // Set a common alias for entities.
        $base_alias = $nalias;
        $field = 'entity_id';
      }
      $subquery->where("$nalias.$field = na.nid");

      // For an entity query, attach the subquery to entity conditions.
      if ($type == 'entity') {
        $node_conditions->exists($subquery);
      }
      // Otherwise attach it to the node query itself.
      else {
        $query->exists($subquery);
      }
    }
  }

  if ($type == 'entity' && count($subquery->conditions())) {
    // All the node access conditions are only for field values belonging to
    // nodes.
    $node_conditions->condition("$base_alias.entity_type", 'node');
    $or = db_or();
    $or->condition($node_conditions);
    // If the field value belongs to a non-node entity type then this function
    // does not do anything with it.
    $or->condition("$base_alias.entity_type", 'node', '<>');
    // Add the compiled set of rules to the query.
    $query->condition($or);
  }

}