> If I have the following lines in a Python Product:
> 
>     def __init__(self, id): 
>         """initialise a new instance of product"""
>         self.id = id
>       self.title = 'Title!'
>         self.anInt = 0
>       self.aString = 'testing'
> 
> Are these attributes protected by the security machinery?
> If so, how so?

Chris - 

I've verified (any of my previous comments to the contrary) that 
simple attributes (python types) do not really play in the 
permissions machinery. The canonical way to expose such things 
for now is to expose them through method calls (which can play 
in the permissions scheme). 


Brian Lloyd        [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Software Engineer  540.371.6909              
Digital Creations  http://www.digicool.com 




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