[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
> Plan B was to use the export facility but they would then need to have
> telnet access to the Zope import directory in order to put the .zexp file
> there, which seems a huge security gap to me.
I set up ncftp to allow ftp uploads (but not erasures or the creation of
new directories) to the import directory as a special user (i.e. one ftp
user for all managers).
Then people can import those files into zope wherever they have
A cron job wipes out the imported files every night.
Hope that helps,
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