On Wed, 2002-01-09 at 10:13, Wolfram Kerber wrote:
> >
> > I didn't think you could have more than one
> > setDefaultAccess in a class. If you can, then you can set:
> >
> > security.setDefaultAccess('deny')
> > security.setDefaultAccess({'meta_type': 1})
> The last 'setDefaultAccess' statement in a class will define the actual
> behaviour, i.e use only one.
> > But otherwise, you would have to list all attributes of the class in the
> > dict of a single statement, wouldn't you?
> No, all attributes that aren't in the dict are private.

Thanks, Wolfram. That was very informative.

This will let classes that use declarative security have a deny by
default policy, while still allowing access to certain attributes for
backward compatibility.

Michael Bernstein.

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