On Thu, Apr 01, 2010 at 12:34:03AM +0900, hass wrote: > I'm experiencing a problem with security declarations in OOBTreeItems. > The following setting which used to worked with an older version of > zope.security failed after upgrading to 3.7.2.
What version did you use before? <...snip...> > the error occurs in a view when I try to see if a filename is already in > self.context.keys(): > ------------------ > File "pdfprofile/browser.py", line 151, in extractData > if data['filename'] in self.context.keys(): > ForbiddenAttribute: ('__contains__', <OOBTreeItems object at 0xb71c7570>) You could use if data['filename'] in self.context: instead, and avoid the OOBTreeItems completely. > Now I believe I have correct declarations on the self.context. The > problem only arises when I try to look inside the self.context.keys() > which is a OOBTreeItems object. > > When I try to check the security declarations, I get an empty list > meaning no declarations at all. I don't think I remember zope.security (and zope.app.security before that) ever declaring permissions for OOBTreeItems... > >>from zope.security.proxy import getTestProxyItems > >>getTestProxyItems(self.context.keys()) > >> > > Do I have to declare them myself? shouldn't these declarations come as > default? Good question. I don't see why not. Regards, Marius Gedminas -- if (Match.FileMatch(F) == true && Fixed[F->ID] == false) -- apt-pkg/policy.cc (apt 0.5.23)
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