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I following topic https://atendesigngroup.com/blog/custom-permissions-node-access-grants-drupal-8-and-drupal-7 to create custom permissions for node. It's working ok. Example I can edited node 1 with url: example.com/node/1/edit/. I wan't check user have permission edit node by code eg:

node_access('view', $node);

and Drupal 8

$node = Node::load(1);
$account = User::load(1);
$check = $node->access('edit', $account);

But It don't working. So how can check permission of special node?

  • See \Drupal\node\NodeAccessControlHandler::access for how the access check is actually doing it. – user21641 Oct 1 '17 at 10:09
  • The operations are view, update, delete (and create but usually don't have an entity yet then), not edit. But how do you know it's working when it is apparently not? – Berdir Oct 1 '17 at 13:05
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Just tested this and $node->access('update'); works for me. I let the optional $account parameter out so that it would check the currently logged in user.

The only difference was that I loaded my node with:

\Drupal\node\Entity\Node::load($nid);

To just use Node::load($nid); Make sure to include:

use Drupal\node\Entity\Node;

at the top of your file.

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As Rubix05 mentions, the issue is that you are testing "edit" access when you should be testing "update" access.

$node = Node::load(1);
$account = User::load(1);
$check = $node->access('update', $account);

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