Re: [Zope] user permissions

2000-07-25 Thread J. Michael Mc Kay
have created this catch 22 situation.?" - Original Message - From: "Chris McDonough" [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: "josh on" [EMAIL PROTECTED] Cc: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Monday, July 24, 2000 9:35 PM Subject: Re: [Zope] user permissions No, that should do it. You ca

RE: [Zope] user permissions

2000-07-25 Thread Chris McDonough
Cc: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: Re: [Zope] user permissions I just installed 2.2. I read that the superuser account cannot edit or add objects so I set up a user as manager and one as an owner. The user accounts are able to add objects but only the superuser account can see them once t

RE: [Zope] user permissions

2000-07-25 Thread Webmaster
My installation is on RH Linux, however it sounds to me like you are having the same problem. I am no longer having the problem and the voodoo I doodood to get it working seems like a bad dream now. I created a simple user name "bob" and a one character password (I'm pretty sure it was "1"). I

Re: [Zope] user permissions

2000-07-25 Thread J. Michael Mc Kay
t;Chris McDonough" [EMAIL PROTECTED]; "josh on" [EMAIL PROTECTED] Cc: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Tuesday, July 25, 2000 10:43 AM Subject: RE: [Zope] user permissions I've never heard of anything like this. What roles does "Mike" have? What *does* show up in the Contents screen

Re: [Zope] user permissions

2000-07-24 Thread Chris McDonough
No, that should do it. You cannot add, copy or move objects as the superuser, but you can add users to a user folder and change permissions. But there should be no permissions that need changing. Make sure that you give the user the 'Manager' role when you add a new user (while logged in as