Yes, is related.

But in any case if getObject returns a subset of available objects (and None or Unauthorized for the others), we still needs a _getObject method that returns all of them, for unrestricted code.


Andreas Jung wrote:

--On Montag, 29. November 2004 18:15 Uhr +0100 Florent Guillaume <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:

In ZCatalog's brains, getObject currently does a restrictedTraverse to
get the object. That's a problem for unrestricted code that needs to get
to the object nevertheless, even if the user cannot get to it.

For instance CMF is impacted, when it tries to reindex the security of
all subobjects of a given object.

Unless someone is opposed to it, I'll add a _getObject method that does
an unrestrictedTraverse, and make CMF use it if available.

There is already a collector issue #1534 where ChrisW tracked something down
in However I have no idea if this is true or related to the problem.


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