Hi Andy

Andy wrote:
> Hi,
> A couple of questions...:
> a) is there a way of sending an error to a default object other than
> standard_error_message? For example I would like errors of type x to be
> handled by one object and y by another. Obviously most objects should have
> their own error handling that makes sense, but a there are few special cases
> when I can see it being useful.

My be <dtml-try> is what you want?
> The most obvious method is to put a big dtml if inside the
> standard_error_message and send the errors to those objects. But does anyone
> know of a more elegant solution (if not I can see a potential product in
> there)...
> b) anyone know a way of restricting the super_user to a domain? Zope allows
> you to restrict users, but I would like to tighten down Zope a little more
> by only allowing super_users from within our domain...

Look for the options of zpasswd.py. 
You can run it interactively with "python zpasswd access"
at the last step you are asked for valid domains.

Tino Wildenhain

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