RE: [Zope] LoginManager - logging out

2000-12-21 Thread Mohan Baro
Thank you Mohan. -Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]On Behalf Of Bill Anderson Sent: Thursday, December 21, 2000 1:57 PM To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: Re: [Zope] LoginManager - logging out Mohan Baro wrote: Its just not working for me. I am

Re: [Zope] LoginManager - logging out

2000-12-20 Thread Bill Welch
Inspired by Jim Washington's recent post re 'Anonymous user', I was reminded of a previous post in which someone suggested http://garbage:x@yourSite would also clear the browser's credential. Much faster and works in IE and Konqueror, but not Navigator or lynx. Very easy to test, too. first,

RE: [Zope] LoginManager - logging out

2000-12-20 Thread Bill Welch
Up to this point, I've been talking about mechanisms for you, personally, to log out to switch between developer and user roles for testing. Clearly, these mechanisms aren't appropriate for the users of your site. I think LoginManager isn't the only choice, but I can't say, off hand, what the

RE: [Zope] LoginManager - logging out

2000-12-20 Thread Mohan Baro
: [Zope] LoginManager - logging out Inspired by Jim Washington's recent post re 'Anonymous user', I was reminded of a previous post in which someone suggested http://garbage:x@yourSite would also clear the browser's credential. Much faster and works in IE and Konqueror, but not Navigator

RE: [Zope] LoginManager - logging out

2000-12-20 Thread Oliver Bleutgen
reminded of a previous post in which someone suggested http://garbage:x@yourSite would also clear the browser's credential. Much faster and works in IE and Konqueror, but not Navigator or lynx. Very easy to test, too. Its just not working for me. I am going to try LoginManager +

RE: [Zope] LoginManager - logging out

2000-12-20 Thread Mohan Baro
lto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]On Behalf Of Oliver Bleutgen Sent: Wednesday, December 20, 2000 1:01 PM To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: RE: [Zope] LoginManager - logging out reminded of a previous post in which someone suggested http://garbage:x@yourSite would also clear the browser's credential. M

RE: [Zope] LoginManager - logging out

2000-12-20 Thread Oliver Bleutgen
Thanks for the tips: 1)the logout method work with shift+reload in IE (how would clear cached pages from zope?) 2)the dtml-raise type="Unauthorized" method does not allow me to log back in even when I try a redirect to a different page. I am wondering if something is set incorrectly on my

RE: [Zope] LoginManager - logging out

2000-12-19 Thread Mohan Baro
om: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]On Behalf Of Bill Welch Sent: Monday, December 18, 2000 11:06 AM To: Mohan Baro Cc: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: RE: [Zope] LoginManager - logging out this is my logout DTML method dtml-raise type="Unauthorized" Logout!! /dtml-raise On Mon, 18

Re: [Zope] LoginManager - logging out

2000-12-19 Thread Tim Cook
Mohan Baro wrote: Thanks, I have tried it. dtml-raise type="Unauthorized" Logout!! /dtml-raise I guess it logs me out. But it also gives me a login dialog box it does not accept any of the account. So I cannot log back in! Why? I'm not sure WHY it won't accept your username

Re: [Zope] LoginManager - logging out

2000-12-19 Thread Bill Welch
On Tue, 19 Dec 2000, Tim Cook wrote: Mohan Baro wrote: Thanks, I have tried it. dtml-raise type="Unauthorized" Logout!! /dtml-raise I guess it logs me out. But it also gives me a login dialog box it does not accept any of the account. So I cannot log back in! Why?

RE: [Zope] LoginManager - logging out

2000-12-18 Thread Bill Welch
authentication and that the browser caches the credential. This means unless you shut down your browser, whatever you do, you are back to square one. Besides shutting down your browser, you trash its credential. Create a simple DTML method that raises the 'Unauthorized' exception. Direct your

RE: [Zope] LoginManager - logging out

2000-12-18 Thread Mohan Baro
Can you please give an example of this code or method? Mohan. -Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]On Behalf Of Bill Welch Sent: Monday, December 18, 2000 10:14 AM To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: RE: [Zope] LoginManager - logging out authentication

RE: [Zope] LoginManager - logging out

2000-12-18 Thread Mohan Baro
Where can I get more information on the following methods ( i.e which zope documentation) 1) authenticate() as in dtml-call "AUTHENTICATED_USER.authenticate()" 2) logout() Mohan ___ Zope maillist - [EMAIL PROTECTED]

RE: [Zope] LoginManager - logging out

2000-12-18 Thread Bill Welch
this is my logout DTML method dtml-raise type="Unauthorized" Logout!! /dtml-raise On Mon, 18 Dec 2000, Mohan Baro wrote: Can you please give an example of this code or method? Mohan. ___ Zope maillist - [EMAIL PROTECTED]

RE: [Zope] LoginManager - logging out

2000-12-17 Thread Chalu Kim
No, you are right. It does not work. It is because LM's default login method is Basic. Basic logout does not work because of Basic authentication and that the browser caches the credential. This means unless you shut down your browser, whatever you do, you are back to square one. The remedy is

RE: [Zope] LoginManager - logging out

2000-12-17 Thread Aleksander Salwa
On Sun, 17 Dec 2000, Chalu Kim wrote: No, you are right. It does not work. It is because LM's default login method is Basic. Basic logout does not work because of Basic authentication and that the browser caches the credential. This means unless you shut down your browser, whatever you do,