You should be able to append to your middleware declaration in
conf/settings_local.py. If it must be in a specific location in the
list, though, you might have to do a little extra.
On Wednesday, February 10, 2010, Stephen Gallagher
> On 02/08/2010 07:38 AM, Stephen Gallagher wrote:
>> On Feb 5, 6:16 pm, Christian Hammond <chip...@chipx86.com> wrote:
>>> That sounds quite ungood. Maybe try temporarily modifying your FasBackend to
>>> return None in get_or_create_user and in get_user. This *should* default it
>>> back to the built-in auth, I believe. I haven't tried it, though.
>>> How is your get_or_create_user and get_user handling not finding users in
>>> its backend? Maybe it's not allowing the default handler to be used. Is the
>>> code available to look at somewhere?
>> The source code is available at
>> A guide to integrating it with Django projects is here:
>> I'm going to try out a couple of your suggestions above this morning
> I think the real problem here is that the FAS integration requires a
> middleware plugin that handles session management that isn't being
> passed into the custom auth mechanism that ReviewBoard supports. I'm
> just not sure how to correct this.
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