Gary Poster wrote:


On Jan 12, 2006, at 2:11 PM, Gary Poster wrote:

def IPrincipalAddedToGroup(interface.Inteface):
group = interface.Attribute('the group to which the principal was added')
    principal = interface.Attribute('the principal added')

def IPrincipalRemovedFromGroup(interface.Inteface):
group = interface.Attribute('the group from which the principal was removed')
    principal = interface.Attribute('the principal removed')


Small change: clarify that these are ids, and allow multiple principals to be specified.

def IPrincipalAddedToGroup(interface.Inteface):
group_id = interface.Attribute('the id of the group to which the principal was added') principal_ids = interface.Attribute('an iterable of one or more ids of principals added')

def IPrincipalRemovedFromGroup(interface.Inteface):
group_id = interface.Attribute('the id of the group from which the principal was removed') principal_ids = interface.Attribute('an iterable of one or more ids of principals removed')

+1

But why the ids and not the objects themselves? Wouldn't it allow for more flexibility?

Florent

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