I've recently encountered a similar problem, and I'm
not using Plone. I'm in the process of migrating some
CMF sites to Zope 2.7.7 and CMF 1.5.2, from Zope
2.7.2 and CMF-1.4.8.
With the newer software, I find that users who are
defined in the site's acl_users (even with the Manager
role) never see any transactions listed on the
undo_form, while users defined in the main acl_users
at the root of the zope instance do see transactions
I'm digging into it now and will report back if I make
any progress. By the way, I also tried with Zope
2.8.0-final and 2.8.1b1, and got the same behaviour
with those (plus some other unrelated issues that made
me decide to back down to Zope 2.7.7 for now).
--- David Chandek-Stark <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Dieter Maurer wrote:
> > David Chandek-Stark wrote at 2005-7-27 16:10
> >>Sorry, this is a Plone site. There is a Plone skin
> template undo_form
> >>which calls
> >>get the undoable transactions.
> > Not sure, whether Plone uses its own "UndoTool".
> AFAIK, Plone's undo_tool and
> listUndoableTransactionsFor() method are
> derived from the underlying CMF (1.4.7) and/or Zope
> 2.3.4). Again, I suspect the problem is related to
> the fact that my user
> folder (RemoteUserFolder 0.4) is outside the
> CMF/Plone site -- i.e.,
> it's in the parent folder of the Plone site object.
> I thought that it
> might be caused by Plone's dependency on
> GroupUserFolder -- but clearly
> CMF and Plone allow you to use a higher level user
> folder for members,
> so that shouldn't be a problem.
> > The CMFCore "UndoTool" should show a user with the
> > permission the same undoable transactions as the
> "Undo" tab
> > of the portal's ZMI page.
> > Other users will only see their own transactions.
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