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‘Edit Own Content’ permission missing in custom entity

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‘Edit Own Content’ permission missing in custom entity

I have generated a custom entity using Drupal Console.

drupal generate:entity:content 

The entity doesn’t have the permission edit own content which we usually have in node types etc… The entities entity_name.permissions.yml the file has the following enteries.

add company entities:   title: 'Create new Company entities'  administer company entities:   title: 'Administer Company entities'   description: 'Allow to access the administration form to configure Company entities.'   restrict access: true  delete company entities:   title: 'Delete Company entities'  edit company entities:   title: 'Edit Company entities'  access company overview:   title: 'Access the Company overview page'  view published company entities:   title: 'View published Company entities'  view unpublished company entities:   title: 'View unpublished Company entities' 

I tried understanding, how this is done in node. But in node types permission file also I couldn’t find this permission entered.

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