onPlayerLogin Permissions?

Discussion in 'Plugin Development' started by THEK, Mar 10, 2012.

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    THEK

    Hi,

    I'm trying to check if a player has a permission, if not they get kicked. However, it is always returning false when I use player.hasPermission();

    Should I be using this in the onPlayerLogin event?
     
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    zachoooo

    Are you adding a node? Like player.hasPermission("Permission.node");?
     
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    THEK

    Yes, player.hasPermission("plugin.allow");
     
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    Njol

    Do you have a superperms compatible permissions plugin installed and added the permission correctly?
     
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    zachoooo

    Are you using a good permissions manager? Because using player.hasPermission() on player join should work perfectly fine.
     
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    Soxra

    Do you have something like this?
    Code:
    public void onPlayerJoin(PlayerJoinEvent event){
    Player player = event.getPlayer();
    }
    
     
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    zachoooo

    If he didnt his IDE would give him errors
     
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    THEK

    I'm using permissionsBukkit. Here's my code:

    Code:
    @EventHandler
        public void onPlayerLogin(PlayerLoginEvent event) {
            Player p = event.getPlayer();
     
            System.out.println(p.hasPermission("autokick.nokick"));
            if(AutoKickConfig.akEnabled) {
                if(p.hasPermission("autokick.nokick") || p.isOp())
                    plugin.msghandler.sendInfo(p,"is still enabled");
                else
                    event.disallow(PlayerLoginEvent.Result.KICK_OTHER, AutoKickConfig.akList.get(AutoKickConfig.akMessage));
            } else if(AutoKickConfig.akPending) {
                if(p.hasPermission("autokick.nokick") || p.isOp()) {
                    plugin.msghandler.sendInfo(p, "You're immnune from AutoKick");
                } else {
                    plugin.msghandler.sendInfo(p, "You will be kicked in <"+AutoKickConfig.akTime+"s");
                }
            }
        }
    It is always kicking the player when akEnabled is true no matter what permission they have.
     
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    Soxra

    Oh yes right also player.hasPermission wouldnt work.
     
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    zachoooo

    Code:
    if(p.hasPermission("autokick.nokick") || p.isOp())
                    plugin.msghandler.sendInfo(p,"is still enabled");
                else
    Your IDE isnt giving you a warning about that ^? Where are you curly braces?
     
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    THEK

    That is a quicker way for if statements. If you leave out the curly braces it only executes 1 line after the if statement.

    It's a perfectly legal java statement.
     
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    zachoooo

    But what about the else? I was unaware that elses could be used without them.
     
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    kumpelblase2

    the else is correct there as well. the else need to be right after that statement.

    you can even do
    Code:
    if(p.hasPermission("autokick.nokick") || p.isOp()) plugin.msghandler.sendInfo(p,"is still enabled");
    else (PlayerLoginEvent.Result.KICK_OTHER, AutoKickConfig.akList.get(AutoKickConfig.akMessage));
    without getting an error.
     
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    THEK

    So does anyone have any ideas as to why this isn't working?
     
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