Thanks very much for your pointer. I finally figure it out
Basically in my $ZOPE_HOME/lib/python/<my_project>/browser/configure.zcml,
permission="isw.Register"> <------- my own custom permission in
That is how you can modify the permission for adding view (<site>/+/Add...)
2005/10/28, Martin Margo <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>:
> thank you for responding. My response is below
> 2005/10/28, Martijn Faassen <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>:
> > Martin Margo wrote:
> > [snip]
> > > How do I make <site>/+/AddConferenceGoer.html= publicly available
> > > without being prompted for a password? Is there a configuration file
> > > somewhere I can set this up?
> > I've ran into this one. The problem is that the '+' view registered by
> > Zope 3 is not allowing access by people who don't have Zope management
> > permission.
> > > Another point: I have tried granting zope.anybody Zope.ManageContent
> > > permission and <site>/+/AddConferenceGoer.html is now available but
> > > the user can manipulate the URL to go in and modify other people's
> > > info.
> > I don't think this is a very good approach, as you'd give zope.anybody
> > an awful lot of rights all of a sudden.
> I agree. I don't want to use this. I want to finegrained the
> permission for edit and add. I want to be able to assign a certain
> permission myown.Permission1 for add and myown.Permission2 (assuming
> that the 2 keyword are in permission.zcml)
> > Anyway, this is how you can register your own adding (+) view for a
> > particular content type:
> > <view
> > for="path.to.ISomeInterface"
> > name="+"
> > class="zope.app.container.browser.adding.ContentAdding"
> > permission="myownPermission">
> > </view>
> I tried this and it complains because the parameter type is missing.
> Looking at von Weitershausen's book, identifier 'type' and 'factory'
> are needed. What should the value be for those variable if I want to
> overrride "+" view?
> Thanks in advance
> > of course if you make permission 'zope.Public', you'd still be exposing
> > the add view for your particular content type (all the ones that
> > implement ISomeInterface) to the whole world, so be careful not to do
> > this to normal IFolder, for instance, unless you really really want that.
> > Good luck!
> > Regards,
> > Martijn
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