> > While I'm at it, is there any way to make DTML methods accessible to
> > objects (such as other DTML methods) but not through URLs
> > other than by
> > a tortuous series of proxy roles?
> > I've expressed views about an 'execute' permission in the
> > past but these
> > have fallen on deaf ears.
> > For example:
> > http://www.codecatalog.com/standard_html_footer
> > This is messy and there's no reason why it needs to be
> > exposed through a
> > URL.
> I don't have a good answer for you, though I tend to agree with
> you that some things just don't want to be accessed outside of
> some larger context. I'd like to hear some different viewpoints
> on how people think something like this should work...
I sounds like there's a want for a distinction of things that can and
cannot be published(Viewed by URL alone). Do <dtml-var mything> and
/mything use different machinery to render the calls? Is there a
difference in Zope between 'publishing' and just 'rendering' or calling? If
there is (because I haven't looked at any code, I'm just theorizing) they
you'd want a permission that allowed processing by either/or both sets
rendering and publishing methods.
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