Secured Real estate Web Portal
Property Listing Script is an easy to use and powerful PHP real estate script which will let you manage property classifieds on your real estate website. the most advanced availability calendar with several booking options. It is highly customizable and multiple language support with four access levels; good for B&B, villas, cottages, hotels.
With built-in permission system based on ACL architecture, you can set permission for role (group) or given user to separated modules.
The database Access Control List (ACL) contains a list of users and defines user access to the contents of the database. For each user in the database ACL, you can specify the following ACL settings:
- User Type
- Access Level
Access to resources is controlled with an access control list (ACL). An ACL consists of one or more rules where permissions are applied to the controlled resource. The ACL itself defines what permission is granted. Attaching the ACL to a role defines who has the permission. Any groups and users that belong to the role either directly or through groups have the permissions granted in the ACL.
Our Role-based access control (RBAC) is a method of regulating access to computer or network resources based on the roles of individual users within an enterprise. A role is a function a user performs in the management of your website. In this context, access is the ability of an individual user to perform a specific task, such as view, create, or modify a file / info. Roles are defined according to job competency, authority, and responsibility within the enterprise. Database Access Control List (ACL) roles grant access to individual database components, such as forms or views. You can use ACL roles to delegate authority for managing specific tasks in a database.
RBAC policy enables users to carry out a wide range of authorized tasks by dynamically regulating their actions according to flexible functions, relationships, and constraints. It reflects the actions and activities assigned to or required or expected of a user.