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comment Coding user rights
It really depends on your system; your specifications are not entirely clear. You say user A has rights to function 1 and 2, but is also part of group1 which forbids access to function 1. Would that allow him access to function 1 or not? In some situations maybe we would want user rights trump group rights, in other situations we would not want that- we can't know what your exact situation is and what would be best. You first need to define a clear hierarchy for these sort of things; then an ACL like approach would probably be an easy way to solve your problem.
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