Because you're using the quickstart plugin, you can set "permission_class" to
None and everything should work. See:
> I'm using repoze.what, repoze.who and repoze.what.plugins.quickstart in a
> pylons application. However, in order to load any page, it has to make a
> SQL call with two joins in it (since Users to Groups is an N to M
> relation). I don't need that much flexibility and could get away with a
> setup where each user is only a member of one group, making for a much
> simpler relation. If I change the SQLAlchemy model to reflect this, with
> the repoze.* middleware "just work"? And more importantly, will it work
> correctly without any negative consequences?
> Ideally, what I want is a static set of groups and don't need the
> permissions aspect. I really only need a dynamic set of users in the DB (so
> group could even be a column of the Users table). Would it be better to go
> a different route than the repoze.* authorization frameworks or can they be
> bent to work in this way?
Gustavo Narea <xri://=Gustavo>.
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