manifest.json configuration

This topic describes how to configure the manifest file to set permissions for a micro application. For more information, see Description Protocol.

Assume that permissions have been configured in manifest.json.

"privileges": [
"name": "lang.register",

Use hasPermission method

We can use the function microProps.hasPermission exported from the entry file (assume that the entry file is src/index.tsx) to check for the permissions of a user. The request parameter is the value of the permission code configured in manifest.json. The return value of Boolean type indicates whether the user has the required permission.

interface HasPermission {
(code: string): boolean;

Usage in a component:

import { microProps } from 'src/index';
export default () => {
return microProps.hasPermission('PRODUCT_REGISTER') ? (
) : (
<div>Not Permitted</div>

Enable/disable micro application permissions with mocking

In your local development environment, edit the micro.config.js > debuggerConfig > mockPermissions variable.

The data type of mockPermission is as follows:

type Code = string;
type MockPermissions = Code[];

Code is the code of each element in the privileges array configured in the manifest.json file.

To grant a local micro application the permission PRODUCT_REGISTER, you can edit micro.config.js:

module.exports = {
debuggerConfig: {