Here's what was causing my KeyErrors, and how I solved it, and why I think KeywordIndexes broke. I have a keyword index on the "categories" property of my CatalogAware object. "categories" is a list. def manage_removeItems(self, ids=): """ Remove listed items from this category """
-Original Message- From: Dieter Maurer [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]] Toby Dickenson writes: ... protocol specific access rights ... Please No. Zope security is complex enough without having to worry about different security settings depending on how a method is accessed.
[Steve Spicklemire] | does that help? Yep. Thanks Cheers, Morten ___ Zope-Dev maillist - [EMAIL PROTECTED] http://lists.zope.org/mailman/listinfo/zope-dev ** No cross posts or HTML encoding! ** (Related lists -
At 05:13 PM 12/21/00 +1100, Itai Tavor wrote: I think you're right about this being an OrderLineItem. A couple of fine points, however... First, I don't think there needs to be an "OrderLineItemsWithGraphic" specialist, since there is nothing else that would talk to it. It's fine in this case
Ken Manheimer wrote: The benefit of having an explicit name for "enable" is marginal, but would become significant if there were other access modes besides ENABLE and DISABLE - eg, "ENABLE_METHODS", "ENABLE_ATTRIBUTES", etc... I'm sure Brian said this kind of thing was "a good thing" a
Casey Duncan wrote: 2.3.0a1 seems to be a bit more friendly toward near, and parens and quoted phrase searches. I will be looking into this further. Perhaps a howto is in order? That'd be great :-) thanks, Chris ___ Zope-Dev maillist - [EMAIL
Hi guys, I previously posted a couple of functions that enables users to login at a lower level in the tree-structre than where the actual user folder is. I.e., a user could enter username and password at /a and get redirected to /a/a/a/a/b (the acl_users folder would be