Re: [Zope] question about login

2005-05-12 Thread Chris Withers
Phillip Hutchings wrote: On 03/05/05, Dennis Allison [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Another option is to look at the other User Folder products which do things differently. Alternatively, you could modify the CookieCrumbler product to make it fit your model. I've used exUserFolder before, it can store

Re: [Zope] question about login

2005-05-12 Thread Phillip Hutchings
On 13/05/05, Chris Withers [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Phillip Hutchings wrote: On 03/05/05, Dennis Allison [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Another option is to look at the other User Folder products which do things differently. Alternatively, you could modify the CookieCrumbler product to make it

[Zope] question about login

2005-05-02 Thread u1207440
I have created a login form an a few users in acl_users, both exists in a ordered folder called conference. My login Form post to a login dtml method and login dtml method redirect me to another page. Even though the user exists and username and password is correct, somehow zope won't redirect

Re: [Zope] question about login

2005-05-02 Thread Phillip Hutchings
On 03/05/05, u1207440 [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I have created a login form an a few users in acl_users, both exists in a ordered folder called conference. My login Form post to a login dtml method and login dtml method redirect me to another page. Even though the user exists and username

Re: [Zope] question about login

2005-05-02 Thread Dennis Allison
You might take a look at the CookieCrumbler product. It does pretty much what you seem to want manages much of the hard stuff. On Tue, 3 May 2005, Phillip Hutchings wrote: On 03/05/05, u1207440 [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I have created a login form an a few users in acl_users, both exists

Re: [Zope] question about login

2005-05-02 Thread Phillip Hutchings
On 03/05/05, Dennis Allison [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: You might take a look at the CookieCrumbler product. It does pretty much what you seem to want manages much of the hard stuff. I was getting there ;) Though I don't really appreciate the way CookieCrumbler stores the passwords... --

Re: [Zope] question about login

2005-05-02 Thread Dennis Allison
Another option is to look at the other User Folder products which do things differently. Alternatively, you could modify the CookieCrumbler product to make it fit your model. On Tue, 3 May 2005, Phillip Hutchings wrote: On 03/05/05, Dennis Allison [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: You might

Re: [Zope] question about login

2005-05-02 Thread Phillip Hutchings
On 03/05/05, Dennis Allison [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Another option is to look at the other User Folder products which do things differently. Alternatively, you could modify the CookieCrumbler product to make it fit your model. I've used exUserFolder before, it can store info in the session