Yes, it was a misunderstanding regarding basic user permissions and the
Anonymous role on my part.
I did not want to allow the Anonymous role *any* permissions, and the
site I am working in is contained in a folder beneath the root Zope
The problem was that I had disabled the "Access contents
information" privilege for the Anonymous user (whose permissions I forgot
are inherited by all other users) at the root level, thus preventing Joe
User from being able to access internals(?) like
ZopeTime even if [it] had permissions at a sub-directory level.
If I've got it wrong, I would be grateful if someone would correct
me. Otherwise, I hope that helps other newbies who find themselves in a
On Sun, 8 Oct 2000, Dieter Maurer wrote:
> Aaron Straup Cope writes:
> > My problem is that I can't seem to figure out, specifically, which
> > permissions to give a user that will allow them to read ZopeTime().
> "DateTime.DateTime" objects (and therefore "ZopeTime") are
> explicitely unprotected (and can be used by everyone).
> I tried your example as "Anonymous" (Zope 2.2.2) and
> it worked as expected (i.e. no NameError).
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