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On Mar 19, 2009, at 12:50 , Wichert Akkerman wrote:

> Previously Jens Vagelpohl wrote:
>> One use case I have: I need a different Member Data object (and thus
>> the whole overridden tool) for Products.CMFLDAP in order to have
>> custom overridden methods on those MemberData objects that call non-
>> standard methods on the user folder.
>
> Personally I would rather find a way to get rid of the Member Data
> object and rely PAS to provide all the required features. Is there
> a reason, other than not wanting to add a dependency on PAS, to use a
> Member Data object?

There's also the fact that I want to do it the way it's done in the  
CMF, which means by way of a member data object. Should the CMF itself  
get rid of that construct I'll adjust my software as well. I believe  
I'd have to write more custom code in my software if I tried to do it  
through PAS alone.

jens


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