Thanks for giving me a push in the right direction. I already knew from the message that it
was the CComMember zclass. The problem was that I had deleted all instances of that zclass
when I deleted the LoginManager based acl_users. I then deleted the zclass from the Products
folder of the Control Panel.

Turns out that it was *still* in the product registry! I had to use a debug session, manually
build a new registry tuple and use app._setProductRegistryData() to get rid of it. Everything
seems fine now.

--On Saturday, February 08, 2003 01:18:50 PM +0100 Dieter Maurer <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:

Dan L. Pierson wrote at 2003-2-7 13:03 -0500:
 > ...
 > If I open a ZSQL method (any ZSQL method, new or old, inside the
 > area that used to be controlled by LoginManager or not) it seems
 > OK.  Using the method works.  But if I click on the Advanced tab
 > in the ZMI, I get the following:
 > ...
 >     (Object: manage_advancedForm)
 >   File
/var/local/control/V4/site/zope/lib/python/Shared/DC/ZRDB/, line
548, in manage_product_zclass_info

One of your ZClasses is broken...

Catch the exception in line 548 of "Shared/DC/ZRDB/"
and find out which one. Do something about it...


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