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Emyr Thomas wrote:
> Previously Wichert Akkerman wrote:
>>PlonePAS behaves in exactly the same way; it doesn't care what challenge
>>and credentials plugins are used.
> That's good to know, however I'm still having trouble setting Plone up to
> use session auth.
> Does anyone have the time to run through the steps necessary to set
> Plone/PlonePAS up to use session auth? I'm guessing I'll have to modify a
> few of the Plone login templates as well, since some of them are hardcoded
> to look for credentials_cookie_auth. I'm trying this on Plone 2.5 beta 1 by
> the way, as I'm assuming this will have better PlonePAS integration.
> I know this question is Plone specific, and that this is a Zope/PAS list,
> but I seem to be getting more helpful advice here than in the plone.users
> list ;)
My understanding of PlonePAS was that is was a "canned setup" for a PAS
instance. I didn't realize that it provided additional skins as well,
and in fact I don't know why it would do that.
If you add a 'session_auth' plugin to your PAS, but *name* it
'credentials_cookie_auth' (having moved the real one aside), do the
skins work? You will of course need to register the plugin in the
appropriate places, and unregister the cookie one.
Tres Seaver +1 202-558-7113 [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Palladion Software "Excellence by Design" http://palladion.com
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