Gilles Lavaux writes:
> My problem: I am logged in as 'operator'. Sometime, accessing
> '/sms/shtml/stations/check' show me:
> -Logged in as: Anonymous User and has role(s):Anonymous
> instead of:
> -Logged in as: operator and has role(s): sms_admin
> why???????? (this with IE and Netscape)
Did you already recognize a pattern?
> I just have a guess: the 'operator' user is defined in '/sms/acl_users' and
> my stationx users are defined in '/sms/shtml/stations/acl_users'.
> So: is it possible that when I do my 'check' as operator, the acquisition go
> to the acl_users which contains the stationx users and miss the other
> acl_users folder (which is two levels above) ?
A user folder is only allowed to return "Annonymous", if
it is the top level user folder.
Thus, your "/sms/shtml/statios/acl_users" must return "None"
and ZPublisher should ask "/sms/acl_users" which should return
> Another investigation: I am logged as operator in a new browser and have the
> problem, I click on a link for a stationx user but cancel the http
> authentication, then the problem disappear.
Hmmh, the only difference should be that you no longer have
an HTTP authentication. I do not understand this behaviour.
> Is there a way to display which object has triggered the authentication, and
> which acl_users folder is used??
You can instrument the code in "ZPublisher.BaseRequest.traverse"
to output this information.
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