Shane Hathaway wrote You did better than you think, Anthony. I was going to release the product I've been putting together, but your little product does virtually the same thing. Good work! Lucky guessing, and trawling CVS. :) There is, however, a major security problem with making it
Anthony Baxter wrote: I'm curious - could you elaborate on the security issues of this? The convenience of not having to write an External Method each time you want to mount or unmount a ZODB is high. :) Okay, I looked a little more and I see you're not allowing slashes in the filename.
Shane Hathaway wrote Okay, I looked a little more and I see you're not allowing slashes in the filename. That's a decent solution. Don't forget backslashes (for MS Windows). Bah. Silly backwards operating system. Ok dokey. You may want to create mounted databases in a directory other
Problem: Description: If a DTML method is accessed with "ZPublisher/Test.py", an "Unauthorized" exception is raised in "verify_watermark". Environment: Zope 2.1.6, Linux 2, Intel Analysis: The module "BaseRequest" is imported twice: once as "BaseRequest" and once as
I'm developing a large program and think that ZODB with BerkeleyStorage is the best option. I had a python test program working using FileStorage that worked. I substituted BerkeleyStorage and it fails thus: Traceback (innermost last): File "btest.py", line 118, in ? mydb = Database()
ZCatalog's "manage_catalogReindex" rebuilds the indexes for currently cataloged objects. Object which do no longer exist are removed. However, new objects in the catalog's "search space" are not added. This has the advantages, that 1. the catalog can be filled with several finds 2. cataloged
Robin Becker wrote: Zope Error Zope has encountered an error while publishing this resource. Error Type: SuperCannotOwn Error Value: Objects cannot be owned by the superuser I just installed the 2.2a release and I get the same error when
- Original Message - From: "Dieter Maurer" [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Thursday, June 01, 2000 5:31 AM Subject: [Zope-dev] Zope 2.1.6: ZCatalog's Reindex unintuitive? I know, of cause, that a DMTL method could do this job. However, a general method