[Zope] Q: Namespace, Acquisition, and Properties

2000-06-05 Thread Wilkinson Charlie E
Title: Clear Day Greetings, I've dug around, but not found (or not grokked) the solution to thisparticular puzzle. Could someone more knowledgeable provide a littleenlightenment? In the top level folder (root) I have a dtml method title templatethat contains html code and dtml vars that are

[Zope] Q: LoginManager and SQL-US?

2000-06-13 Thread Wilkinson Charlie E
Title: Q: LoginManager and SQL-US? Ok, I've got this legacy database app (VisualBasic and Access - Bleck!) that I'm moving to Apache/Zope/PostgreSQL. One of the existing database tables is user info, i.e. userid, password, real name, an account disabled boolean, etc. I've figured out a

RE: [Zope] Q: LoginManager and SQL-US?

2000-06-28 Thread Wilkinson Charlie E
-2.1.6-src/lib/python/DocumentTemplate/DT_Raise.py, line 128, in render (Object: 'LoginRequired') LoginRequired: (see above) Clue anyone? TIA, Charlie -Original Message- From: Dan L. Pierson [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]] Wilkinson Charlie E writes: 1. Can LoginManager be (easily

RE: [Zope] Backing Up Zope (was: Re: [Zope] Data.fs.lock?)

2000-06-29 Thread Wilkinson Charlie E
Title: RE: [Zope] Backing Up Zope (was: Re: [Zope] Data.fs.lock?) Just to start by pointing out the bloody obvious: - Restoring from backup means you lose all data between backup date/time and system failure. Sucks, but it beats losing *all* your data. (RAID5 anyone?) - With that in mind,

RE: [Zope] Backing Up Zope (was: Re: [Zope] Data.fs.lock?)

2000-06-29 Thread Wilkinson Charlie E
Title: RE: [Zope] Backing Up Zope (was: Re: [Zope] Data.fs.lock?) -Original Message- From: Erik Enge [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]] On Thu, 29 Jun 2000, Jeff K. Hoffman wrote: It is my understanding that the ZODB on disk is always in a consistent state; Jim has said, in the

RE: [Zope] LoginManager UserSources

2000-08-02 Thread Wilkinson Charlie E
Title: RE: [Zope] LoginManager UserSources Hi Danny, I don't think the question applies, as you are prettymuch free to build a UserSource to anything you want. Of course, with that freedom comes aggrevation. ;-/ There is ready documentation on the Zope site for interfacing LM to SMB for

RE: [Zope] Change db connect string in python or dtml

2000-08-02 Thread Wilkinson Charlie E
Title: RE: [Zope] Change db connect string in python or dtml Have you tried: create a new instance of a database connection alongside the old one, then point your SQL methods at the new connection. When you have them all switched over, delete the old connection. -cw- -Original

RE: [Zope] LoginManager UserSources

2000-08-02 Thread Wilkinson Charlie E
Title: RE: [Zope] LoginManager UserSources -Original Message- From: Kyler B. Laird [[EMAIL PROTECTED]] On Wed, 2 Aug 2000 15:13:45 -0400 you wrote: I've gotten it working with Postgres (with crypted passwords no less!) It took me a couple of weeks on and off to finally

RE: [Zope] Splitting ZSQL results across pages

2000-08-10 Thread Wilkinson Charlie E
Title: RE: [Zope] Splitting ZSQL results across pages -Original Message- From: Dieter Maurer [[EMAIL PROTECTED]] John Morton writes: I'd like to split the output of a ZSQL query across different instances of a page in the same fashion as zope.org does with ZCatalog output, but I

[Zope] Zope, Threads and Signals

2000-10-06 Thread Wilkinson Charlie E
Title: Zope, Threads and Signals It all began when I was a small child, but I'll skip ahead a bit Last night I wrote a network client class with plans to use it as an External Method in Zope. Works great from the command line. My first real Python program. Mom and Dad were so proud!