Tom Vijlbrief wrote:
I've added the rename capability to the Zope FTP-server,
so I could use the KDE FTP client (this is a known Zope bug).
Thank you very much
Have you put them into the collector?
John D. Heintz writes:
I am using ZODB along with CORBA to expose peristent objects. Some of
my objects have per-connection/session state.
My initial idea is to have a _v_position attribute ...
Using "_v_" attributes for session state is a very bad idea.
They are thread(!) local and
Steve Alexander writes:
Michael Bernstein wrote:
Also, is there a way to disable wildcards in full text
Do not allow direct queries to search the catalog. Instead, make
searches go through an external method (or a PythonScript with Proxy
permissions) that uses
hello zen masters
i just finished documenting a developer version of a port of the ACS's
(arsdigita community system) acs_page_contract to dtml. test it out,
i'm pretty sure everyone will be happy with the simplification of the
feed back and thoughts welcome.
if no bugs are
Thanks for the warning Dieter,
but I'm managing threads/connections/sessions/POAs and a few other
things already to expose ZODB objects through CORBA sessions.
I wanted the _v_* attributes to live for the life of the DB Connections.
Last night I found a fix for the bug that prevented me from
I'm trying to work out a security strategy for data stored in
Specialists, where specific users need access to specific data
For example: A Customer object is linked to a Person and Address
objects. The customer needs permission to edit the her - and only her
Not sur ecompletely why yet, but in 2.3b2, I can't move or copy a
ZCatalog. There is one in the Membership interface, so as a result, no
After deleteing int from teh membership interface folder, I get a
traceback complaining about too many arguments in
"Phillip J. Eby" wrote:
Just to expand a little on the abov... Racks should scale at least as
well, if not larger than a ZCatalog, given the same storage backing for the
ZODB. This is because ZCatalog has to manage a minimum of one forward and
reverse BTree for *each* index, plus another
One of the Local File System users pointed out that calling
manage_addLocalFS from dtml doesn't work. I did some checking and discovered
that calling manage_addXXX doesn't work for any of the built-in products
either. My testing was with 2.2.5. Am I crazy or didn't this work at one
We seem to have disposed of the wildcard issue [snipped out
below], and I'm looking forward to Eric's results, but does
anyone else have any information about whether there is a
practical upper limit on how many objects can be indexed and
searched in a ZCatalog?
Michael Bernstein wrote:
Mail list logo