[Zope] KeyError since installing Squishdot 0.4.0

2000-06-01 Thread David Trudgett
Since I installed Squishdot 0.4.0 (yesterday) on Zope 2.1.6 (under Red Hat Linux) I've been getting KeyErrors when clicking on an article's topic image, which uses an URL like this: http://myserver/Zope/testsquish/search?subject=Squishdotop=articles In Squishdot 0.3.2, the errors didn't

[Zope] security issues

2000-06-01 Thread Ragnar Beer
Howdy everyone! I will soon have a Zope-site ready to go online. How can I make shure that I did everything (concerning Zope) to stop intruders? Where can I find information about protecting a Zope-site? Has anyone had security problems so far? --Ragnar

Re: [Zope] Thread-safe PostgreSQL adaptor?

2000-06-01 Thread pcm
try also, ZPoPyDA ZPoPyDA is a *stable* Postgresql Database Adapter for Zope based on our driver PoPy. It aims to replace the current ZPygresql DA. This database adapter is released under the GPL Licence. You can get the tarball at http://www.mixadlive.com/software bye Paolo Comitini

[Zope] Linking to Mailing List Managers

2000-06-01 Thread Ian Sparks
Hi, With all the talk about Syndication I started to think about linking with mailing list managers. Ideally I'd like members of my portal site to be given a free email address username@sitename, bouncing all mail to that address to their real email address. In a roles-based membership scheme

Re: [Zope] Thread-safe PostgreSQL adaptor?

2000-06-01 Thread Hannu Krosing
[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: try also, ZPoPyDA ZPoPyDA is a *stable* Postgresql Database Adapter for Zope based on our driver PoPy. It aims to replace the current ZPygresql DA. This database adapter is released under the GPL Licence. AFAIK this is the only DA with GPL license. Both Zope

RE: [Zope] Strange Zope behavior/Instability (Zope going down)

2000-06-01 Thread Marcus Collins
-Original Message- From: Rob Sporleder [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]] Sent: 31 May 2000 21:55 To: Jason Spisak Cc: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: RE: [Zope] Strange Zope behavior/Instability (Zope going down) All of the python z2.py processes are still running. I haven't checked if I

Re: [Zope] Thread-safe PostgreSQL adaptor?

2000-06-01 Thread Hannu Krosing
Hannu Krosing wrote: [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: try also, ZPoPyDA ZPoPyDA is a *stable* Postgresql Database Adapter for Zope based on our driver PoPy. It aims to replace the current ZPygresql DA. This database adapter is released under the GPL Licence. AFAIK this is the

Re: [Zope] security issues

2000-06-01 Thread Anthony Baxter
Ragnar Beer wrote Howdy everyone! I will soon have a Zope-site ready to go online. How can I make shure that I did everything (concerning Zope) to stop intruders? Where can I find information about protecting a Zope-site? Has anyone had security problems so far? Easiest (most brutal?)

[Zope] ZPoPyDA license (was: [Zope] Thread-safe PostgreSQL adaptor?)

2000-06-01 Thread Federico Di Gregorio
hi, Hannu Krosing [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: This database adapter is released under the GPL Licence. AFAIK this is the only DA with GPL license. Both Zope and python have much freer licenses making GPL probably a poor choice if you "aims to replace the current ZPygresql DA". What is

Re: [Zope] Ordered list

2000-06-01 Thread Itamar Shtull-Trauring
Marcio Moreira wrote: My question is: How can I have an ordered listing of all popular names of all plants (in other words, how can I have an ordered listing of data stored in "lines"-type properties on diferent class instances)? You could catalog them in a ZCatalog (make them catalogaware)

[Zope] Q: Link status/checking -

2000-06-01 Thread Jrgen Skogstad
Kindest, I was wondering about a few points I havn't seen any references to. Are there any implementations in Zope that can verify the validity of an url? That is; 1) A link database is generated .. and should be maintained. 2) A process should be run at least once a week to check the

Re: [Zope] KeyError since installing Squishdot 0.4.0

2000-06-01 Thread Chris Withers
On Thu, 1 Jun 2000, David Trudgett wrote: Since I installed Squishdot 0.4.0 (yesterday) on Zope 2.1.6 (under Red Hat Linux) I've been getting KeyErrors when clicking on an article's topic image, which uses an URL like this:

Re: [Zope] ZPoPyDA license (was: [Zope] Thread-safe PostgreSQL adaptor?)

2000-06-01 Thread Federico Di Gregorio
Scavenging the mail folder uncovered Andrew Kenneth Milton's letter: +[ Federico Di Gregorio ]- | | the only good reason for changing the license would be Digital Creations | asking us to do so because they want to include ZPoPyDA in one of

Re: [Zope] Thread-safe PostgreSQL adaptor?

2000-06-01 Thread Hannu Krosing
Oleg Broytmann wrote: Hi! On Thu, 1 Jun 2000, Hannu Krosing wrote: AFAIK this is the only DA with GPL license. Both Zope and python have much freer licenses making GPL probably a poor choice if you "aims to replace the current ZPygresql DA". What is the reason behind GPL'ing it ?

Re: [Zope] Q: Link status/checking

2000-06-01 Thread Oleg Broytmann
Hi! I am working on such project for a few years. From time to time I make an announcement in comp.lang.python, subject "Bookmarks database and Internet robot". This is a copy of my latest announce: http://www.deja.com/=dnc/getdoc.xp?AN=626677041 It my hobby project, in pure Python.

Re: [Zope] Thread-safe PostgreSQL adaptor?

2000-06-01 Thread Oleg Broytmann
On Thu, 1 Jun 2000, Hannu Krosing wrote: True. The problem is that in some perverted fashion it seems to me that if I use a GPL library with something the whole thing should go GPL, i.e. my Yes - that's why I love GPL :) use of ZPoPyDA could make me obliged to distribute Zope under GPL,

[Zope] Form POST question (and a QUERY_STRING Q.)

2000-06-01 Thread Yosef Gold
I use Zope in the old bobo fashion. I have a homegrown session management class that I use. When a session is idle for a long while, I ask the user for his password again before allowing him to continue. Generally, I then use the URL from the REQUEST object and RESPONSE.redirect() to send him

Re: [Zope] The funny _.None,_ feature in DTML kind of question

2000-06-01 Thread Shalabh Chaturvedi
There is some more information at http://www.zope.org/Documentation/How-To/AdvancedDTML Look for the section "DTML Calling Arguments". Reading that left me a bit confused because here you say (and I have read elsewhere too) that method is passed client=_.None. I thought that the client should be

[Zope] dtml-tree puzzling behaviour!

2000-06-01 Thread Patrick J.M. Keane
This is REALLY weird. I have a dtml-tree in a DIV panel (there are others). If I expand any branch of the tree, all of the javascript (and imagemaps, and everything else in other div panels become disabled (in Netscape 4.7 under linux). I haven't tried it on IE, but this is rather

[Zope] RE: Zope digest, Vol 1 #810 - 56 msgs

2000-06-01 Thread Tom Neff
Luis Cortes [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: I'm trying HomeSite HTML Editor - which is really slick for somethings. I was wondering if there was some easy way to turn off the mangling of dtml tags when switching between design view and edit view??? HomeSite is indeed a wonderful program!

Re: [Zope] Interbase / Cacheing - A thought

2000-06-01 Thread Hannu Krosing
Ian Sparks wrote: Had a thought that I wanted to share. Interbase has a feature known as "event alerts". In a trigger you can post "events" which are just fixed data strings e.g. "DataAdded" or "Insert_tblUsers". PostgreSQL has them too. It's not (afaik) supported by DB-API, but could

[Zope] Re: dtml-tree puzzling behaviour!

2000-06-01 Thread Patrick J.M. Keane
"Patrick J.M. Keane" wrote: This is REALLY weird. I have a dtml-tree in a DIV panel (there are others). If I expand any branch of the tree, all of the javascript (and imagemaps, and everything else in other div panels become disabled (in Netscape 4.7 under linux). So, the answer has

Re: [Zope] Interbase / Cacheing - A thought

2000-06-01 Thread Ian Sparks
Hannu, Does PostgresSQL allow you to have dynamic events? By this I mean can you do things like : PostEvent "Update_tblUsers_Record_" + new.RecordID; I believe that in Interbase the events are compiled into the trigger, not interpreted at Runtime so you can't have an Interbase event alert you

[Zope] CHAT

2000-06-01 Thread Gonçalo Gomes
Silver_Surfer: how do you see the future of Zope fighting against PHP space on the web? Jim: I don't know much (enough) about PHP, but from what I vaguely know, PHP methods seem like a logical step. this answer was done to my question (i am lucipher) and i asked "how do you define zope and

RE: [Zope] Form POST question (and a QUERY_STRING Q.)

2000-06-01 Thread Marcus Collins
Hi, There was a thread a week or so ago about passing POSTed variables after authenticating, some of which will be useful -- see the archived message, suggestions and caveats at: http://zope.nipltd.com/public/lists/zope-archive.nsf/47ba74c812dbc5dd8025687

Re: [Zope] The funny _.None,_ feature in DTML kind of question

2000-06-01 Thread Vitaly Osipov
I must admit that it was a bit too prompt reply by me:) - I guess that _.None is used almost always - I do not know any uses for values other than _.None, but the following exerpt from sources of Zope 2.1.6 can get some hints: DT_String.py: (afaik module from which all dtml methods inherit

Re: [Zope] Strange Zope behavior/Instability

2000-06-01 Thread Simon Coles
Hi, For reasons unknown we lost http connectivity to our Zope server three times last night. I've checked the http logs and, as I suspected, didn't find anything unusual around the time we lost connectivity. The Python processes are still running and everything looks normal except for the

[Zope] FW: URL:http://lwn.net/2000/0601/a/zope-perl-paul.html news itemsms

2000-06-01 Thread Gary Graham
Ethan, News items to add to Zope.org ... I am adding this to digicool.com, too I would do the same thing for http://www.oreillynet.com/pub/a/network/2000/05/31/ajuba.html?page=3 as well as http://lwn.net/2000/0601/a/zope-perl-paul.html --Gary -Original Message- From: Paul

[Zope] [announce] MountedFileStorage product - mount multiple ZODBs.

2000-06-01 Thread Anthony Baxter
I've bolted together a simple Product which allows you to mount sub-ZODB's through the zope management interface. http://www.zope.org/Members/anthony/software/MountedFileStorage/ (it's now up to version 0.01 :) It _requires_ an up-to-date CVS version of Zope. It won't work on 2.2a1. I'd

[Zope] Z Search creates input fields with width=30?

2000-06-01 Thread Jason Byron
Shouldn't the input fields created with Z Search include "size=30" instead of "width=30"? I'm using an older version of Zope so maybe this has been changed already? __ Do You Yahoo!? Send instant messages get email alerts with Yahoo! Messenger.

Re: [Zope] Linking to Mailing List Managers - Mailman and Zope

2000-06-01 Thread Ken Manheimer
On Thu, 1 Jun 2000, Nils Kassube wrote: Zope/E-Mail integration is something I'm very interested in doing as part of my CS studies (What's the English word for "Studienarbeit"?). However, my todo list of non-commercial projects is full, so it's probably going to take some time to do

Re: [Zope] ANN: Perl For Zope

2000-06-01 Thread Ng Pheng Siong
On Wed, May 31, 2000 at 10:45:31PM +1200, Rodger Donaldson wrote: the sheer, stupid *hatred* directed by a big chunk of the list at anyone who doesn't draw and quarter perl programmers on sight That's an overstatement. But if this list is representitive of the python community - well,

[Zope] ODBC connection to Oracle

2000-06-01 Thread vsbabu
Hi there, Has anyone tried connecting using ZODBC from a WinNT machine to an Oracle database? The ODBC connection works. But when I create a ZODBC connection from ODBC dsn, it doesn't. I give the connect string as DSN userid password as mentioned under ZODBC add screen... Any help? Thanks

RE: [Zope] something missing in my Oracle setup?

2000-06-01 Thread Alexandre A. Drummond Barroso
I'm having the same kind of problem. This is my environment: RedHat Linux 6.1 Stronghold 2.4.2/Apache1.3.6 Zope 2.1.6 (running as PCGI) DCOracle 1.3.0 ZOracleDA 2.1.0 Oracle 8.1.6 (client with C-Pro environment installed) The environment is properly set: LD_LIBRARY_PATH is correct, ld.so.conf

[Zope] dtml-tree div issue from this morning.

2000-06-01 Thread Patrick Keane
The problem is the order. Netscape apparently likes to see URLS like http://www.my.com/this.html#foo?var=data not http://www.my.com/this.html?var=data#foo It chokes on the first, and is happy with the 2nd. IE is happy with either. Any chance this can be checked in as a revision to the tree

Re: [Zope] Interbase / Cacheing - A thought

2000-06-01 Thread Cary O'Brien
Ian Sparks wrote: Had a thought that I wanted to share. Interbase has a feature known as "event alerts". In a trigger you can post "events" which are just fixed data strings e.g. "DataAdded" or "Insert_tblUsers". PostgreSQL has them too. It's not (afaik) supported by DB-API,

RE: [Zope] Proposal for mail-in to Zope

2000-06-01 Thread Richard Folwell
Some alternatives we considered and didn't go for: - write something in Zope to listen for SMTP connections, effectively large portions of an MTA. This would be cool but painful. Providing a basic SMTP server is not at all difficult to do in Python. I did a cut-down one once

Re: [Zope] Form POST Question (and a QUERY_STRING Q.)

2000-06-01 Thread Andrew H. Chatham
Is there a way for me to get the raw posted data and forward that too via the RESPONSE object? What I ended up doing was following Zen's suggestion and creating an external method that basically does (not an exact quote; it's on another computer): def generateForm(self): outForm = []

[Zope] How do I detect in DTML when I'm in the management interface?

2000-06-01 Thread Jason Byron
I have a ZClass that I would like to be able to create using the management interface and in DTML from the users end with the same DTML script. I believe I need something like this to get it to work: (if in management interface) dtml-call "create_my_zclass(_.None, _)" (else) dtml-with

[Zope] Zope on Windows NT

2000-06-01 Thread Luis Cortes
Hello, Does anybody know how to change the Port that Zope uses on Windows NT when it is installed as a Service??? I know how to change it when it is installed as standalone - but that doesn't work when I run it as a service. Thanks for your help, Luis.

Re: [Zope] Zope on Windows NT

2000-06-01 Thread Phil Harris
Luis, see: http://zope.nipltd.com/public/lists/zope-archive.nsf/47ba74c812dbc5dd8025687 f0024bb5f/341813706896c719802568e1007a5a9c?OpenDocumentHighlight=0,currentc ontrolset Which will probably mangle in the mailer, so if it don't work: goto

Re: [Zope] Thread-safe PostgreSQL adaptor?

2000-06-01 Thread Daryl Tester
Oleg Broytmann wrote: On Thu, 1 Jun 2000, Hannu Krosing wrote: True. The problem is that in some perverted fashion it seems to me that if I use a GPL library with something the whole thing should go GPL, i.e. my This was my impression of GPL too. I thought that's why the LGPL (?) was

RE: [Zope] ODBC connection to Oracle

2000-06-01 Thread Theodore Patrick
We have had mixed results depending on the ODBC driver you use to make your DSN. Here is what I found. 1. Microsofts ODBC Driver for ORACLE on NT4.0, NT2000 -CREATE DSN -OK -ZOPE ZODBC -OK -ZSQL METHODS -OK 2. ORACLE ODBC DRIVER on NT 4.0, Especially NT2000

[Zope] Python and Zope Question

2000-06-01 Thread Scott Burton
Major newbie here. I am wanting to create a python method that iterates over items in a folder object in Zope. I am struggling with how to access objects in the ZODB in python. Here's the script in the simplest form. for x in folderObject : return x I am going to do things to the items once

Re: [Zope] Python and Zope Question

2000-06-01 Thread R. David Murray
On Thu, 1 Jun 2000, Scott Burton wrote: for x in folderObject : return x I am going to do things to the items once I have access to them, I just can't figure out how to reference ZODB objects in Python. I have for x in folderObject.objectValues(['some_meta_type','some_other_type']):

Re: [Zope] Python and Zope Question

2000-06-01 Thread Kevin Dangoor
- Original Message - From: "Scott Burton" [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Thursday, June 01, 2000 6:58 PM Subject: [Zope] Python and Zope Question Major newbie here. I am wanting to create a python method that iterates over items in a folder object in Zope. I am

[Zope] The Zope Weekly News

2000-06-01 Thread ethan mindlace fremen
This week's ZWN covers the upcoming Open Source Convention, the forthcoming Zope 2.2, the PTK's further integration with the community and Zope.org's new community features and recent events. The opinions expressed in Zope Weekly news are solely the author's, and not the opinions of

[Zope] images in access database

2000-06-01 Thread Terry Kerr
Hi, I would like to be able to have gifs/jpgs stored in an MS access database and then pull the out using zope and display them in rendered documents. I am completely new to access. I have successfully installed the ODBCDA into zope, and are able to connect to an access database and pull

Re: [Zope] Interbase / Cacheing - A thought

2000-06-01 Thread Hannu Krosing
Cary O'Brien wrote: Ian Sparks wrote: Had a thought that I wanted to share. Interbase has a feature known as "event alerts". In a trigger you can post "events" which are just fixed data strings e.g. "DataAdded" or "Insert_tblUsers". PostgreSQL has them too. It's not

Re: [Zope] Interbase / Cacheing - A thought

2000-06-01 Thread Hannu Krosing
Ian Sparks wrote: Hannu, Does PostgresSQL allow you to have dynamic events? By this I mean can you do things like : PostEvent "Update_tblUsers_Record_" + new.RecordID; No, but it may change sometime (possibly soon) as PostgreSQL is an open-source product ... I believe that in

[Zope] [announce] SQL Session 0.2.9 available.

2000-06-01 Thread Anthony Baxter
A long-overdue update to SQL Session is out. This version (0.2.9) will be the last version in the 0.2.x series (assuming no brown paper bag bugs in this release). I will be now working on 0.3.x, which will hook into the transaction machinery so that it only makes a single set of updates in a

Re: [Zope] MS SQL server and Zope

2000-06-01 Thread Andrew Kenneth Milton
+[ paul beard ]- | anyone have any insight on accessing a SQL server store thru Zope? I have | an app that's backed by SQL server and rather than buy r/w licenses for | it, I'd be happy to use Zope to access it readonly. What platform are you

Re: [Zope] MS SQL server and Zope

2000-06-01 Thread Anthony Baxter
paul beard wrote anyone have any insight on accessing a SQL server store thru Zope? I have an app that's backed by SQL server and rather than buy r/w licenses for it, I'd be happy to use Zope to access it readonly. You can use the Sybase libs to access it. See

[Zope] Virtual host admin under Apache+ZServer+SiteAccess

2000-06-01 Thread J M Cerqueira Esteves
On Thu, Jun 01, 2000 at 06:18:25PM -0600, ethan mindlace fremen wrote: o Some basic hooks to support virtual hosting (a la SiteAccess) have been designed and will be added to allow product authors to write virtual hosting support without fragile dependencies on parts

Re: [Zope-dev] [announce] for the CVS junkies: multiple ZODB mounting product.

2000-06-01 Thread Anthony Baxter
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

Re: [Zope-dev] [announce] for the CVS junkies: multiple ZODB mounting product.

2000-06-01 Thread Shane Hathaway
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.

Re: [Zope-dev] [announce] for the CVS junkies: multiple ZODB mounting product.

2000-06-01 Thread Anthony Baxter
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

Re: [Zope-dev] [announce] for the CVS junkies: multiple ZODB mounting product.

2000-06-01 Thread Shane Hathaway
Anthony Baxter wrote: Hm - it's not possible for a Manager in a higher level to remove privileges from a manager defined in a subfolder, I think. A pity. Will document it. My feeling is that _no_one_ should ever have the Manager role in a user folder besides the root user folder. The problem

Re: [Zope-dev] [announce] for the CVS junkies: multiple ZODB mounting product.

2000-06-01 Thread Anthony Baxter
Shane Hathaway wrote My feeling is that _no_one_ should ever have the Manager role in a user folder besides the root user folder. The problem with that, of course, is that creating managers is just easier. ;-) *nod* I've been, ahem, a little guilty of that. At least 2.2 will stop me just

Re: [Zope-dev] TextIndex Questions

2000-06-01 Thread Michel Pelletier
"R. David Murray" wrote: On Sun, 28 May 2000, Chris Withers wrote: may be queried with a simple boolean query language that allows 'and', 'or', phrasing, parenthesized boolean expressions, and proximity matching. Relevance ranking is supported and returns the sum of the

[Zope-dev] How Medusa handles file extensions

2000-06-01 Thread Chimezie Thomas-Ogbuji
Does any one know how the Medusa FTPServer determines which Zope Object/Product to instanciate based on the file extension of a newly created file? For instance if I create a .dtml file, a DTMLMethod is created, if I create a .gif file a Image is created, and any unrecognized extension is

[Zope-dev] anyone have a ZOracleDA Setup-8.1.6-linux-intel

2000-06-01 Thread Shawn Murphy
In other words...I am trying to get the ZOracleDA compiled for RedHat Linux for Zope 2.1.6, Oracle 8.1.6 and ZOracleDA-2.2.0b1, but am having problems creating a Setup file which does the job. It seems like others have had some success in this area. Anybody able to share some tips or better

[Zope-dev] Ownership changes for 2.2 beta...

2000-06-01 Thread Brian Lloyd
Hi all - There was a recent discussion regarding the behavior of ownership, particularly regarding the setting of ownership for move, rename and import operations. I've just finished checking in some changes to the model in alpha 1 that will be in the upcoming beta, along with the updated

Re: [Zope-dev] anyone have a ZOracleDA Setup-8.1.6-linux-intel

2000-06-01 Thread Matthew T. Kromer
on 6/1/00 2:28 PM, Shawn Murphy at [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: In other words...I am trying to get the ZOracleDA compiled for RedHat Linux for Zope 2.1.6, Oracle 8.1.6 and ZOracleDA-2.2.0b1, but am having problems creating a Setup file which does the job. It seems like others have had some

[Zope-dev] Zope 2.1.6: Test.py problem with patch

2000-06-01 Thread Dieter Maurer
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

[Zope-dev] BerkeleyStorage with ZODB problem

2000-06-01 Thread nw_moriarty
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()

[Zope-dev] Zope 2.1.6: ZCatalog's Reindex unintuitive?

2000-06-01 Thread Dieter Maurer
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

Re: [Zope-dev] What causes the failure

2000-06-01 Thread Timothy Grant
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

Re: [Zope-dev] What causes the failure

2000-06-01 Thread R. David Murray
On Thu, 1 Jun 2000, Timothy Grant wrote: 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 trying to import my exported site. You have to do the import as someone other

Re: [Zope-dev] How Medusa handles file extensions

2000-06-01 Thread Tres Seaver
Chimezie Thomas-Ogbuji asked: Does any one know how the Medusa FTPServer determines which Zope Object/Product to instanciate based on the file extension of a newly created file? For instance if I create a .dtml file, a DTMLMethod is created, if I create a .gif file a Image is created, and

Re: [Zope-dev] Zope 2.1.6: ZCatalog's Reindex unintuitive?

2000-06-01 Thread Kevin Dangoor
- 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

Re: [Zope-dev] What causes the failure

2000-06-01 Thread Timothy Grant
"R. David Murray" wrote: On Thu, 1 Jun 2000, Timothy Grant wrote: 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 trying to import my exported site. You have