On Sat, Jun 03, 2000 at 12:38:20AM -0500, Phillip J. Eby wrote:
> >
> >I tried. It's quite easy, except that you have to store the
> >user's password in a property, and access control is somewhat
> >broken WRT passwords, so anyone can read anyone's passwords if
> >they can write DTML.
> Did you try naming the password attribute with an "_" at the beginning of
> it?  This should make it inaccessible from DTML, but it's a bit more work
> since you have to write Python to do it.

Actually, if I'm willing to go to Python (which I am, just
waiting for 2.2 so I don't have to do it twice) there are
simpler ways to do it, and you (IIRC) have already showed me
some :-) The point is that by his question I thought Bill
wanted a ZODB/ZClass-only solution - and I'd prefer it too if
it was possible at all.

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