Dieter wrote:

>Joaldo Junior writes:
 >> Does anyone can inform if is there any kind of function, 
 >> which a common user can change your password by the same way a superuser
 >> do in ACL_User?
>Look at the built-in Zope API reference: User object.
>The User object has methods to read and change the information
>associated with a user.

>These methods are (of cause) protected such that only
>users with high priviledges can execute them.
>You will need to set a proxy role for the DTML object
>that calls them, in order to allow less priviledged users
>to call them.


I'm sorry, I must be missing something.

The API reference I have doesn't contain any such thing. Neither does the
Zope book, before anyone else suggests that. The DTML on uses
a method that isn't recognised by the standard User Folder, so no help

If ANYONE has EVER successfully implemented a way for users to
change their own passwords using standard 2.2 Zope then *please* - 
post your source code here or put a HOWTO on!
It's a basic requirement of any system that uses passwords, but if it can't
done just admit it. After all, zope is still *quite* good without it. ;-)

Peter Harris ()

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