Anybody has any light to shed on this ? Especially the second


Florent Guillaume  <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> With an object path /A/B/C where C has a local role allowing a user to
> view C but where B disallows acquisition of the View permission, the
> publisher correctly allows the user to see C.
> However restrictedTraverse('/A/B/C') fails ("You are not allowed to
> access B in this context"). This is because restrictedTraverse checks
> the security (using "validate") at *every* step, and obviously the
> user is not allowed to see B.  Is there a reason for this ? Why not
> simply validate only at the last step ?
> I have the need to programatically access object protected in such a
> way. The workaround I'm going to use in my code for now is to call
> unrestrictedTraverse and validate() by hand the resulting object.  But
> I'm concerned that there may be a more profound security reason I'm
> missing.
Florent Guillaume, Nuxeo (Paris, France)
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