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On 26 May 2006, at 13:30, David Pratt wrote:
I don't know anyone who uses authenticated ZEO connections, does
it even work? IMHO most people are in a situation where the
traffic between the ZEO clients and the ZEO server runs on an
internal network, so it simply doesn't matter. Or small setups
where the communication is on one and the same machine.
Hi Jens, this is available in ZEO and looks to me that the original
idea was to support more than a single mode of authentication. I
was curious of those using it to see how it was generally being
used (or whether others have worked out something against other
authentication schemes). Many thanks.
I know there's some bits and pieces, but I never used it and don't
know anyone who has. That's why I wondered if it even works. You'll
probably have a hard time finding anyone who uses it. If you really
have a need for it here's your chance to test it for yourself and
report breakages to the Zope collector.
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