config/laratrust.php file you will find all the package configurations that you can customize.
If you want to use the teams feature that allows you to attach roles and permissions to an user depending on a team, you must change the
use_teams key value to
true in your
config/laratrust.php file. Then follow the Teams configuration guide.
Multiple User Models¶
config/laratrust.php file you will find an
user_models array, it contains the information about the multiple user models and the name of the relationships inside the
Permission models. For example:
'user_models' => [ 'users' => 'App\User', ],
The value of the
key in the
key => value pair defines the name of the relationship inside the
It means that there is only one user model using Laratrust, and the relationship with the
Permission models is going to be called like this:
permission_user tables the
user_type column will be set with the user’s fully qualified class name, as the polymorphic relations describe it in Laravel docs.
If you want to use the MorphMap feature just change the
use_morph_map value to
true in Laratrust’s configuration file.
Automatic setup (Recommended)¶
If you want to let laratrust to setup by itself, just run the following command:
php artisan laratrust:setup
If Laravel does not recognize this command, the Laratrust service provider hasn’t been registered. Check
providers array in
config/app.php and try clearing your configuration cache:
php artisan config:clear
This command will generate the migrations, create the
Permission models (if you are using the teams feature it will also create a
Team model) and will add the trait to the configured user models.
The user trait will be added to the models configured in the
And then do not forget to run:
If you did the steps above you are done with the configuration, if not, please read and follow the whole configuration process