[Zope] Iron Python

2005-04-04 Thread Brian Sullivan
I am trying to digest what if anything the introduction of Iron Python(http://www.gotdotnet.com/workspaces/workspace.aspx?id=ad7acff7-ab1e-4bcb-99c0-57ac5a3a9742) (and Microsoft's involvement/leadership investment) will mean to Zope or in general. Thoughts? Is this positive, negative or neutral?

Re: [Zope] Uploading files

2005-06-03 Thread Brian Sullivan
how do i upload a file in Zope using a python script?? http://www.zopelabs.com/cookbook/1006887320 is probably a place to start. ___ Zope maillist - Zope@zope.org http://mail.zope.org/mailman/listinfo/zope ** No cross posts or HTML

Re: [Zope] External editor for ZMI

2005-06-23 Thread Brian Sullivan
AFAIK External Editor just provides the infrastructure not the editor itself. I use the External Editor product/infrastructure and HTML Kit on Windows: http://www.chami.com/html-kit/ ___ Zope maillist - Zope@zope.org

[Zope] Zope on Solaris

2005-08-11 Thread Brian Sullivan
From what I can determine Zope does or should run on Solaris on a Sun server. Is that assumption correct. Can anybody point to any resources or have any comments/opinions-- like what versions of Zope/Solaris seem to be compatible, any special issues/requirements?

[Zope] Re: Zope on Solaris

2005-08-11 Thread Brian Sullivan
From what I can determine Zope does or should run on Solaris on a Sun server. Is that assumption correct. Can anybody point to any resources or have any comments/opinions-- like what versions of Zope/Solaris seem to be compatible, any special issues/requirements? Except for the fact

[Zope] Re: Zope on Solaris

2005-08-11 Thread Brian Sullivan
Dog slow as compared to what? As compared to commodity server-class Linux/Intel hardware (which will cost you around 1/4 to 1/3 what the equivalent Solaris rig does). I would prefer to do the absolute minimum in terms of tuning. Most of my experience with Zope and otherwise is with

[Zope] Captcha

2005-09-13 Thread Brian Sullivan
Is anybody aware of a ready to goZope product for using creating/usingCaptcha? ___ Zope maillist - Zope@zope.org http://mail.zope.org/mailman/listinfo/zope ** No cross posts or HTML encoding! ** (Related lists -

Re: [Zope] Captcha

2005-09-14 Thread Brian Sullivan
On 9/14/05, akonsu [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I am not sure if there is a ready product for this, but is there a wayin zope to generate an image dynamically? does anyone know how? if there is, any python implementation of captcha can be adapted to zopei think. I found this: http://captchas.net/

Re: [Zope] Captcha

2005-09-14 Thread Brian Sullivan
On 9/14/05, akonsu [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: as i said earlier, http://cvs.bluedynamics.org/viewcvs/BlueTexima/ seems to have code that dynamically creates an image object. wouldthis help? Possibly but that is only part of the puzzle - usually the image hasdistorted text on a mottled

[Zope] Write log file from script

2005-10-07 Thread Brian Sullivan
I am looking for a simple strategy to write a debug log file from a python script. I used to have such a beast but somewhere in a shuffle it got lost -- and my brain seems to be dead this morning trying to figure it out. Anybody out there have something like this or a url explaining how to do

Re: [Zope] Write log file from script

2005-10-07 Thread Brian Sullivan
On 10/7/05, Dennis Allison [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Depends upon what you want to do and how much accessyou have.Fordebugging purposes I often use an external procedure def debugWindow( data ):fd = open('/tmp/debugWindow,'a')fd.write( str(data))fd.close()and look at the output withtail -f

Re: [Zope] Write log file from script

2005-10-07 Thread Brian Sullivan
On 10/7/05, Tino Wildenhain [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Am Freitag, den 07.10.2005, 09:03 -0700 schrieb Dennis Allison: Depends upon what you want to do and how much accessyou have.For debugging purposes I often use an external procedure def debugWindow( data ):fd =

Re: [Zope] Write log file from script

2005-10-07 Thread Brian Sullivan
On 10/7/05, Dennis Allison [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: We are running on a linux host.The file information ends uponin the local file system in the /tmp directory. import zLOG def log(self,message): zLOG.LOG(PythonScript, zLOG.INFO http://zLOG.INFO, message) as external method should be

[Zope] Re: Write log file from script

2005-10-07 Thread Brian Sullivan
as external method should be enough.And where does this log information end up? -- I was referring to the zLOG info. Where does it go?Wherever you configure it in your zope.conf file.- OK -- that is useful information. I didn't understand how this worked -- I will have a look at the config

[Zope] ParsedXML create from a Python script

2005-11-17 Thread Brian Sullivan
I am trying to figure out how to create a ParsedXML object from a Python script and have it parse XML textthat I have in string. I have managed to create the object with no content( or default content)but am not sure what to do to have my xml string parsed and contained. Does anybody have a

[Zope] ASP404 on Win2003

2005-11-24 Thread Brian Sullivan
I have for a while successfully used the ASP404 script (http://www.zope.org/Members/hiperlogica/ASP404) front ending part of a zope server using IIS on Win2000. Recently I changed the front end server to Win2003. I have been attempting to use the same technique there. All seems to work except

[Zope] Re: ASP404 on Win2003

2005-11-28 Thread Brian Sullivan
On 11/24/05, Brian Sullivan [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I have for a while successfully used the ASP404 script ( http://www.zope.org/Members/hiperlogica/ASP404) front ending part of a zope server using IIS on Win2000. Recently I changed the front end server to Win2003. I have been attempting

[Zope] Cache headers

2005-12-07 Thread Brian Sullivan
I am trying to ensure that zope delivered content (Zope 2.7 at this point) is upstream cacheable regardless of whether theusers delivered to are authenticated or not(currently my site is fronted by Cookie Crumbler based login/authentication). My understanding is that the way to do this is to

[Zope] Applying updates to zope site

2006-01-09 Thread Brian Sullivan
I am involved in maintaining a remote Zope site that is behind a firewall where I have no remote access. I have a (parallel) site that I use to test changes and upgrades that is accessible to me. I am a looking for a straightforward way to package tested changes, send and have changes applied at

Re: [Zope] Applying updates to zope site

2006-01-09 Thread Brian Sullivan
On 1/9/06, Paul Winkler [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Mon, Jan 09, 2006 at 10:15:41AM -0500, Brian Sullivan wrote: I am involved in maintaining a remote Zope site that is behind a firewall where I have no remote access. I have a (parallel) site that I use to test changes and upgrades

Re: [Zope] Applying updates to zope site

2006-01-09 Thread Brian Sullivan
On 1/9/06, Martijn Pieters [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: We use a separete lib directory containing versioned Zope Product directories. That's versioned as in the directory name reflects the version. These get symlinked into the actual Products directory. For example: lib/Foo-1.10.1

Re: [Zope] Applying updates to zope site

2006-01-09 Thread Brian Sullivan
On 1/9/06, Paul Winkler [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: OK. You might try ZSyncer (zsyncer.sf.net). But you will need *some* kind of remote access to install it in the Products directory. ZSyncer won't do packaging for you; the UI it provides is intended for manually pushing changes from your

Re: [Zope] Applying updates to zope site

2006-01-09 Thread Brian Sullivan
On 1/9/06, Paul Winkler [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Mon, Jan 09, 2006 at 12:24:57PM -0500, Brian Sullivan wrote: I considered Zsyncher a while ago -- the problem there though is that there are many things in the two sites that should not be synched -- it seemed more of a synch everything

[Zope] Multiple CookieCrumblers

2006-01-11 Thread Brian Sullivan
I am using CookieCrumbler as an authentication method on a Zope site. I am looking at the feasibility of putting multi CookieCrumbler objects (all with the same settings -- except for the cache setting) on a site in order to allow some parts of the site to be cached in an upstream proxy and

Re: [Zope] Multiple CookieCrumblers

2006-01-11 Thread Brian Sullivan
On 1/11/06, Jens Vagelpohl [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On 11 Jan 2006, at 21:46, Brian Sullivan wrote: I am using CookieCrumbler as an authentication method on a Zope site. I am looking at the feasibility of putting multi CookieCrumbler objects (all with the same settings -- except

Re: [Zope] Multiple CookieCrumblers

2006-01-12 Thread Brian Sullivan
On 1/12/06, Jens Vagelpohl [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I don't know what you're talking about, the CookieCrumbler has *nothing* to do with caching at all. Are you confusing tools here? Could it be you're talking about the CachingPolicyManager? AFAIK CookieCrumbler sets the http cache control

Re: [Zope] Multiple CookieCrumblers

2006-01-12 Thread Brian Sullivan
On 1/11/06, David Hassalevris [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Can you explain how you are using this? I am not sure what this you are referring to. If you mean controlling the cache control http response that is done by setting a property in the CookieCrumbler object. Does cookie crumbler's

[Zope] Using ParsedXML from Python script

2006-02-09 Thread Brian Sullivan
I am attempting to extract information from a ParsedXML object using Python script. I can't seem to get my mind around exactly how this works. Can anyone point non trivial examples in Python of maniupulating a ParsedXML object? ___ Zope maillist -

Re: [Zope] Applying updates to zope site

2006-02-09 Thread Brian Sullivan
On 1/10/06, Gabriel Genellina [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: At Monday 9/1/2006 12:15, Brian Sullivan wrote: I am involved in maintaining a remote Zope site that is behind a firewall where I have no remote access. I have a (parallel) site that I use to test changes and upgrades

Re: [Zope] Using ParsedXML from Python script

2006-02-10 Thread Brian Sullivan
On 2/10/06, Sascha Welter [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Is that the kind of thing you were looking for? Better than what I have now -- it might get me over the initial hump -- thanks. ___ Zope maillist - Zope@zope.org

Re: [Zope] Using ParsedXML from Python script

2006-02-10 Thread Brian Sullivan
On 2/10/06, Patrick Decat [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi Brian, unless it is mandatory for you to use ParsedXML for your XML needs, you might want to check out Uche Ogbuji's Amara Toolkit ( http://uche.ogbuji.net/tech/4suite/amara/ ). It provides a much more pythonic way of dealing with XML.

[Zope] Python equivalent to Javascript escape/unescape

2006-02-23 Thread Brian Sullivan
I was assuming that it would somehow be easy to do the equivalent to Javascript escape/unescape functions in a Python script but for some reason I just can't find out how to do it. Maybe I can't see the forest for the trees. Anybody out there have a cluestick to whack me with?

Re: [Zope] Python equivalent to Javascript escape/unescape

2006-02-23 Thread Brian Sullivan
I was assuming that it would somehow be easy to do the equivalent to Javascript escape/unescape functions in a Python script but for some reason I just can't find out how to do it. Maybe I can't see the forest for the trees. Anybody out there have a cluestick to whack me with? Try

[Zope] readconflicterror

2006-03-06 Thread Brian Sullivan
I had this reported a couple of times (apparently randomly) from a site that I am involved in. It seems to happen in the generation of data for a report (which takes a fair length of time and does a lot of zodb accesses) -- This is with Zope 2.7. From what I can tell from various searches this is

[Zope] Upgrading to Zope 2.9.1

2006-03-08 Thread Brian Sullivan
I am in the process of testing an upgrade from a Zope 2.8.4 system to a Zope 2.9.1 system. The process I used: 1) Install 2.9.1 on a Win2003 system (it happens to be the same one that the 2.8.4 system is running but I changed the config so the ports don't conflict). The installation is

Re: [Zope] Upgrading to Zope 2.9.1

2006-03-08 Thread Brian Sullivan
On 3/8/06, Patrick Decat [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi, On 3/8/06, Brian Sullivan [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I am in the process of testing an upgrade from a Zope 2.8.4 system to a Zope 2.9.1 system. The process I used: 1) Install 2.9.1 on a Win2003 system (it happens to be the same

[Zope] Upgrading best practices

2006-03-08 Thread Brian Sullivan
Is there somewhere a general guide to upgrading existing Zope systems to newer versions? I realize that there are special cases but I am looking for a general best practices guide. It seems that there is lots of information with each release on installation from scratch but very little solid

Re: [Zope] Upgrading best practices

2006-03-08 Thread Brian Sullivan
On 3/8/06, Lennart Regebro [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On 3/8/06, Brian Sullivan [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Is there somewhere a general guide to upgrading existing Zope systems to newer versions? I realize that there are special cases but I am looking for a general best practices guide. 1

Re: [Zope] Upgrading to Zope 2.9.1

2006-03-09 Thread Brian Sullivan
On 3/9/06, Dieter Maurer [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Chris Withers wrote at 2006-3-9 08:10 +: ... Really? I find that pretty suprising. Python has never cared about line endings before and I'd be pretty mortified if it started now :-( Dieter? It does now -- at least for FSPythonScripts

Re: [Zope] Upgrading to Zope 2.9.1

2006-03-09 Thread Brian Sullivan
On 3/9/06, Einar Næss Jensen [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On 3/9/06, Brian Sullivan [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On 3/9/06, Dieter Maurer [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Chris Withers wrote at 2006-3-9 08:10 +: ... Really? I find that pretty suprising. Python has never cared about line

Re: [Zope] Upgrading to Zope 2.9.1

2006-03-10 Thread Brian Sullivan
On 3/10/06, Patrick Decat [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Attached is is screenshot of the error message. There is no error in the event log. Steps to reproduce : - Create a Python Script on the file system with Windows style line-endings - Go to http://localhost:8080/manage - Click the drop down

[Zope] + in url /zope object name

2006-04-04 Thread Brian Sullivan
I am running into the problem mentioned in: http://mail.zope.org/pipermail/zope/2003-October/141868.html I have + used in a directory name of some content generated outside zope that I want to upload. Preserving the directory name is necessary for the integrity of the data. Why is + a

Re: [Zope] + in url /zope object name

2006-04-04 Thread Brian Sullivan
On 4/4/06, Lennart Regebro [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On 4/4/06, Brian Sullivan [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Why is + a prohibited name for a zope object? As a solution Andy Mackay suggests modifying zope to allow + in a zope object name. Is there a downside to this? I think it is a reserved

Re: [Zope] + in url /zope object name

2006-04-05 Thread Brian Sullivan
On 4/5/06, Dieter Maurer [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Brian Sullivan wrote at 2006-4-4 12:38 -0400: On 4/4/06, Lennart Regebro [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I think it is a reserved name in Zope3. + are there used for the views that help create new objects. Seems like a strategic design mistake

Re: [Zope] Re: Windows Server 2003, II6 and ASP404 vs form posts

2006-05-01 Thread Brian Sullivan
For anyone else who might search the list in the future: Microsoft has confirmed that ASP error handlers in current versions of IIS 6 do not, can not, and will not -- no matter what the security settings -- get at POST data. There's a discussion of the changes at: I think that is not 100%

Re: [Zope] zope 3 psycopda

2006-08-12 Thread Brian Sullivan
On 8/12/06, Andreas Jung [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: --On 12. August 2006 15:32:38 +0100 garry saddington [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I am trying to install psycopda for zope 3 by following the instructions in the readme file with the svn checkout of this product and I get the following error

Re: [Zope] Content-Disposition is driving me batty

2006-08-17 Thread Brian Sullivan
Would some IE users please let me know whether they can view this PDF normally? http://web2.xrsnet.com/publicstore/download?filename=print.pdfpassword=foo Any speculation about what might be causing this is extremely welcome. I'm *not* looking forward to rolling back to 2.8.x (and Python

Re: [Zope] Content-Disposition is driving me batty

2006-08-17 Thread Brian Sullivan
On 8/17/06, Kirk Strauser [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Nuts. I was trying to generate a clean PDF for testing purposes but looks like it didn't work. I re-uploaded the test file (same URL) with Times New Roman and embedded fonts. OK -- that seems to be more what I would call normal. I see the

Re: [Zope] Content-Disposition is driving me batty

2006-08-17 Thread Brian Sullivan
On 8/17/06, Kirk Strauser [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Thursday 17 August 2006 11:02 am, Brian Sullivan wrote: OK -- that seems to be more what I would call normal. I see the page with This is a test in Adobe reader -- but also a page/tab is created that is blank. Is that the problem? Nope

[Zope] migration from 2.9.1 to 2.9.4

2006-11-17 Thread Brian Sullivan
I am having some problems migrating from Zope 2.9.1 to Zope 2.9.4 on my Windows 2003 based Zope setup. Installation of 2.9.4 goes normally -- both servers (2.9.1 and 2.9.4) seem to be running happily (on different ports). My first strategy in migration was to copy the data.fs from 2.9.1 to

Re: [Zope] migration from 2.9.1 to 2.9.4

2006-11-17 Thread Brian Sullivan
On 11/17/06, Andreas Jung [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Should be fixed in 2.9.5 or 2.9.6 (unreleased, grab the related file from the Subversion if necessary). OK -- any idea if a 2.9.5/2.9.6 Windows installer is in the works -- I am unsure of how to install on Windows from the .tgz file.

Re: [Zope] Conflict error

2006-11-22 Thread Brian Sullivan
On 11/20/06, Maciej Wisniowski [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Often I see messages like the following in the event log: 2006-11-20T11:57:33 INFO ZPublisher.Conflict ConflictError at /***some location*** : database conflict error (oid 0x03a7, class BTrees._OOBTree.OOBTree, serial this txn started

[Zope] pool_size

2007-01-15 Thread Brian Sullivan
I am having a problem with zope 2.9.4 occasionally pegging the CPU and thereafter being unusable -- there are some indications in the event log that this is related to pool_size being too small. Lacking any other strategy to determine the cause of the problem, I am considering experimenting

[Zope] Re: pool_size

2007-01-16 Thread Brian Sullivan
On 1/15/07, Brian Sullivan [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I am having a problem with zope 2.9.4 occasionally pegging the CPU and thereafter being unusable -- there are some indications in the event log that this is related to pool_size being too small. Lacking any other strategy to determine

Re: [Zope] pool_size

2007-01-16 Thread Brian Sullivan
On 1/16/07, Dieter Maurer [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Try Florent's DeadlockDebugger to determine what you unuable Zope is doing. It may tell you where Zope hangs. Ok thanks -- I will have a look. ___ Zope maillist - Zope@zope.org

Re: [Zope] pool_size

2007-01-17 Thread Brian Sullivan
On 1/16/07, Brian Sullivan [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On 1/16/07, Dieter Maurer [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Try Florent's DeadlockDebugger to determine what you unuable Zope is doing. It may tell you where Zope hangs. Ok thanks -- I will have a look. Ok so I have DeadlockDebugger installed

Re: [Zope] pool_size

2007-01-17 Thread Brian Sullivan
On 1/17/07, Maciej Wisniowski [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Ok so I have DeadlockDebugger installed and running ( I think) -- it produces an on screen dump that looks the following (this is under normal circustances -- without the failure that I was trying to debug happening). I am just trying

Re: [Zope] pool_size

2007-01-17 Thread Brian Sullivan
On 1/17/07, Doyon, Jean-Francois [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: This information is also available in the Control Panel's debug section. You can see which thread is busy doing what ... Depending on exactly how locked up it is, you can try going there, see what the current requests are pending, and in

[Zope] DeadlockDebugger/Zope 2.9.6

2007-02-06 Thread Brian Sullivan
I am attempting to use DeadlockDebugger/Zope 2.9.6 (windows) -- something seems nnot working (get resource not found when accessing url). Can someone confirm that this combo should work using the latest threadframe.pyc ? ( I have installed and have a working DeadlockDebugger on Zope 2.9.4 and

Re: [Zope] zope unresponsive

2007-02-24 Thread Brian Sullivan
On 2/24/07, Paul Williams [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I have posted this several times, but have not until now been able to get DeadlockDebugger installed. I see several people have had this problem, but no-one has posted a solution. zope 2.9.5 + zeo pythonm2.4.3 Red Hat RHEL 4 Plone 2.5.1

[Zope] Windows binary releases

2007-04-17 Thread Brian Sullivan
There seems to be no Windows binary releases (even older ones) at: http://www.zope.org/Products Is there some timetable for production of those releases? Is there some reason why older binary releases are not left there? ___ Zope maillist -

Re: [Zope] Windows binary releases

2007-04-17 Thread Brian Sullivan
On 4/17/07, Doyon, Jean-Francois [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Go here: http://www.zope.org/Products/Zope/swpackage_releases 2.10.2 has a windows build ... Looks like 2.10.3 doesn't have one yet though. Thanks -- now that I look -- I see there is a link from the download page to here. Just

Re: [Zope] How to know what are zope doing now?

2007-09-19 Thread Brian Sullivan
On 9/19/07, Garito [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi! Every night my Zope server has 99% cpu usage and, sometimes, the server stops to serve pages There are any way to know what the Zope server is doing in real time? I know I could look at event.log or z2.log but I would like to know the

Re: [Zope] Weird hangs on zope/plone.

2007-10-09 Thread Brian Sullivan
On 10/9/07, Maciej Wisniowski [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I set the number of threads: zserver-threads 25 I set: pool-size 27 on zodb_db main I think you should rather use ZEO than raise number of threads to such a big value. Also there are some rules about pool-size. I don't

Re: [Zope] server slowed down to a crawl

2007-11-20 Thread Brian Sullivan
On Nov 19, 2007 8:16 PM, Ben Bartrum [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I have a fairly old Zope server that has slowed down to the point where loading the ZMI doesn't complete and some pages load in 25 secs while other pages don't load at all. There has been recent cosmetic changes, but they

[Zope] Support for Charity Challenge events

2008-06-06 Thread Brian Sullivan
Has anybody ever heard of Zope or other open source software to support charity challenge events (runs, bikeathons, skip rope, lose weight, cut hair -- well you know what i mean)? ___ Zope maillist - Zope@zope.org

[Zope] Zope for .NET

2010-04-16 Thread Brian Sullivan
I am looking for an open source .NET framework that includes user management, authentication, multiple configurable levels of security, tools for html generation and is data base agnostic or includes some sort of built in data base. It would be nice if it had a host of open source add ins.

Re: [Zope] Zope for .NET

2010-04-16 Thread Brian Sullivan
Tried Zope? d8) Yes -- would love to use it here too but unfortunately it doesn't fit the scenario. But thanks for the suggestion will keep it mind for future projects. ;-) ___ Zope maillist - Zope@zope.org

Re: [Zope] Zope for .NET

2010-04-19 Thread Brian Sullivan
On Mon, Apr 19, 2010 at 2:04 AM, Chris Withers ch...@simplistix.co.uk wrote: Brian Sullivan wrote: Yes -- would love to use it here too but unfortunately it doesn't fit the scenario. What about it doesn't fit? It doesn't fit because the customer already has a system using .NET that has

Re: [Zope] Zope for .NET

2010-04-19 Thread Brian Sullivan
On Mon, Apr 19, 2010 at 10:07 AM, Jim Pharis binbr...@gmail.com wrote: Maybe try DotNetNuke. I have no in depth knowledge of it but I believe it is designed using component architecture and its open source. Yes DotNetNuke was one that I found and it seems like the most likely candidate -- I

Re: [Zope] Zope for .NET

2010-04-19 Thread Brian Sullivan
On Mon, Apr 19, 2010 at 11:00 AM, Chris Withers ch...@simplistix.co.uk wrote: Brian Sullivan wrote: It doesn't fit because the customer already has a system using .NET that has to tightly integrate and has said they want a .NET system. And IronPython isn't .NET how exactly?! IronPython

[Zope] Asynchronous triggering of events

2010-10-18 Thread Brian Sullivan
I am back working with Zope 2.9.1 (yes I know it is long in the tooth but I am trying to avoid adding the pain of upgrading, having products fail and all the usually comes with upgrading if I can). I am looking for a strategy to schedule and carry out tasks at periodic future dates. I had a

Re: [Zope] Asynchronous triggering of events

2010-10-18 Thread Brian Sullivan
...@crary.com -Original Message- From: zope-boun...@zope.org [mailto:zope-boun...@zope.org] On Behalf Of Brian Sullivan Sent: Monday, October 18, 2010 2:51 PM To: Zope Users Subject: [Zope] Asynchronous triggering of events I am back working with Zope 2.9.1 (yes I know it is long

Re: [Zope] Asynchronous triggering of events

2010-10-18 Thread Brian Sullivan
on startup related to Xron. Not sure what ZApplication is or where it is supposed to be. On Mon, Oct 18, 2010 at 4:46 PM, Brian Sullivan briansulli...@gmail.com wrote: Clockserver seems to install -- can't find any docs on how to use it though. All the links for info at the download site appear

Re: [Zope] Asynchronous triggering of events

2010-10-18 Thread Brian Sullivan
zopetcl -- is that a unix program? I am using Windows unfortunately. On Mon, Oct 18, 2010 at 5:03 PM, Chris Withers ch...@simplistix.co.uk wrote: On 18/10/2010 20:51, Brian Sullivan wrote: I am back working with Zope 2.9.1 (yes I know it is long in the tooth but I am trying to avoid adding

Re: [Zope] Asynchronous triggering of events

2010-10-19 Thread Brian Sullivan
version of Plone that I can install on an existing Zope-- the only install I could find is a complete installer including Zope. Is Plone the new Zope? On Mon, Oct 18, 2010 at 5:27 PM, Chris Withers ch...@simplistix.co.uk wrote: On 18/10/2010 22:25, Brian Sullivan wrote: zopetcl -- is that a unix

[Zope] Plone the new Zope?

2010-10-19 Thread Brian Sullivan
I haven't done any Zope work for quite a while and have just restarted out of necessity. Things seem to have changed in the last few years. I get the impression from the age of the Zope installs, the state of disrepair and link rot of the zope.org site that Zope is in its final death throes as an

[Zope] Persist password in CookieCrumbler

2010-10-21 Thread Brian Sullivan
Can I persist the password using CookieCrumbler (in addition to the user name)? Has anybody made this modification and can supply the modified product or code. I made a stab at it but obviously my level of understanding is not up to snuff 'cause I can't get it to work. What are the

Re: [Zope] Persist password in CookieCrumbler

2010-10-22 Thread Brian Sullivan
is override its setAuthCookie method somehow and there you can set 'expires' to be a date far in the future. On 21 October 2010 23:28, Brian Sullivan briansulli...@gmail.com wrote: Can I persist the password using CookieCrumbler (in addition to the user name)? Has anybody made

Re: [Zope] Persist password in CookieCrumbler

2010-10-22 Thread Brian Sullivan
On Fri, Oct 22, 2010 at 12:34 PM, Tres Seaver tsea...@palladion.com wrote: The obvious issue with a beyond-this-session auth cookie is that it enables anybody who can run that browser / profile to authenticate as the user being persisted.  I would consider this an unacceptable risk for any

[Zope] Date utility for Zope (V2)

2010-11-09 Thread Brian Sullivan
I am looking for a standard way (from a python script in Zope) to define and manipulate time intervals for periodic events. I need to define things like every weekday at 8 am, the 2nd day of every month at 8am, every weekday at 8am, 10am and 3pm in addition to easy things like everyday at 1pm.

Re: [Zope] Date utility for Zope (V2)

2010-11-09 Thread Brian Sullivan
:11 PM, Lennart Regebro rege...@gmail.com wrote: On Tue, Nov 9, 2010 at 22:12, Brian Sullivan briansulli...@gmail.com wrote: On another forum this http://labix.org/python-dateutil was suggested -- it looks to be close to what I was thinking -- I second that. but I am not totally sure how I

Re: [Zope] Date utility for Zope (V2)

2010-11-10 Thread Brian Sullivan
Regebro rege...@gmail.com wrote: On Wed, Nov 10, 2010 at 02:00, Brian Sullivan briansulli...@gmail.com wrote: I guess I having a mental block then. To use it from what I know I would have create a Zope 2 product from it somehow or create callable scripts in the ZMI from the provided code

Re: [Zope] Date utility for Zope (V2)

2010-11-10 Thread Brian Sullivan
to do stuff. Regardless thanks for the help. On Wed, Nov 10, 2010 at 5:30 PM, Lennart Regebro rege...@gmail.com wrote: On Wed, Nov 10, 2010 at 15:25, Brian Sullivan briansulli...@gmail.com wrote: I have recurring events that I want to schedule (the events are sending email, Twitter DMs

[Zope] Zope directory in the Cloud

2010-11-16 Thread Brian Sullivan
Is it possible to use some sort of Cloud service as a directory in Zope 2 (I guess what I am asking for is some sort of product to do this)? ___ Zope maillist - Zope@zope.org https://mail.zope.org/mailman/listinfo/zope ** No cross posts or HTML

Re: [Zope] Zope directory in the Cloud

2010-11-16 Thread Brian Sullivan
Brian Sullivan wrote: Is it possible to use some sort of Cloud service as a directory in Zope 2 (I guess what I am asking for is some sort of product to do this)? Directory? Cloud as storage? Essentially yes -- I would like to transfer the heavy lifting -- delivery of content

[Zope] Clock server

2010-11-26 Thread Brian Sullivan
I am about to put the clock server function of Zope to work and am thinking about what happens if the server fires its request while a request is already in progress. Is there some sort of built in lock preventing this from happening? If not what is the most straightforward failsafe way to

[Zope] double opt-in or opt-in with confirmation.

2010-11-30 Thread Brian Sullivan
I am looking for a strategy or samples (or even just a hint as to the best process) to create an email opt-in strategy in Zope. I am thinking that what you do is use some sort of hash or unique id creation mechanism (based on the email address, time or something else). Based on what I am seeing

Re: [Zope] double opt-in or opt-in with confirmation.

2010-11-30 Thread Brian Sullivan
Looking at the code now -- do you remember where the code to generate the strings is situated? On Tue, Nov 30, 2010 at 12:53 PM, Andreas Jung li...@zopyx.com wrote: -BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- Hash: SHA1 Brian Sullivan wrote: I am looking for a strategy or samples (or even just a hint

[Zope] WebDAV lock in Zope 2.11.4

2010-12-02 Thread Brian Sullivan
Somehow in testing use of ExternalEditor product I have set the WebDAV lock on a file. The problem is that the lock doesn't seem to appear in the list of locks from the Control Panel, nor does it clear on a restart. I am at loss -- how do I proceed? Is there anyway around this?

Re: [Zope] WebDAV lock in Zope 2.11.4

2010-12-02 Thread Brian Sullivan
, schrieb Brian Sullivan: Somehow in testing use of ExternalEditor product I have set the WebDAV lock on a file. The problem is that the lock doesn't seem to appear in the list of locks from the Control Panel, nor does it clear on a restart. I am at loss -- how do I proceed? Is there anyway

[Zope] Anonymous security

2010-12-17 Thread Brian Sullivan
I am looking at a situation (an online self registry process) where I want to allow a user that is not logged in to be able to create a user and do a number of other functions normally reserved for and restricted to logged in users with a fairly elevated rights. I need to perform these functions

Re: [Zope] Anonymous security

2010-12-18 Thread Brian Sullivan
-docs.plone.org/security/permissions.html#bypassing-permission-checks (works only from trusted code like browser views or package code - not from PythonScripts) -aj Brian Sullivan wrote: I am looking at a situation (an online self registry process) where I want to allow a user

[Zope] Manipulating images in Zope/Python

2011-10-24 Thread Brian Sullivan
I am looking for strategy to programmatically create a customized printable certificate of completion for our Learning Delivery System courses (the system is Zope/Python based). My current plan is to use the Python Imaging Library to create the image (probably by overlaying some text on a stock

[Zope] mod_rewrite and IIS7

2012-02-06 Thread Brian Sullivan
I am attempting to park Zope behind Windows 2008/IIS7 (using its mod_rewrite function) and seem to be having some difficulty getting it to work. What I want to do is make directory on Zope website look like it is a directory on an IIS7 website. I seem to be close but missing some critical