Martijn Faassen wrote: > Hey, > > I think the fix has some steps in it: > > * first, delegate everything to a IErrorReportingUtility and let it log > to SiteError as well. The SiteError logging policy is not operative > anymore.
+1, assuming 'it' refers to the IErrorReportingUtility. > * it turns out the current IErrorReportingUtility does have some form of > filtering policy - it filters out UnAuthorized. A *different* policy > than for SiteError, of course. I believe that the SiteError doesn't do > this, and it's very useful to be able to debug this. :) I agree. > * then, rewrite IErrorReportingUtility so it has a sensible policy, > taking the best of the SiteError logging policy with the best of the > current IErrorReporingUtility policy. We make a simple one that's > globally registered and does the Right Thing for what you'd want to see > in the SiteError log. > > * Perhaps we'll make a more fancy one that can be configured for the ZMI. +1 So, what's the short term solution? Philipp _______________________________________________ Zope3-dev mailing list Zope3email@example.com Unsub: http://mail.zope.org/mailman/options/zope3-dev/archive%40mail-archive.com