+-------[ Andreas Pakulat ]----------------------
| On 06.Mai 2005 - 12:44:24, Jens Vagelpohl wrote:
| > 
| > On May 6, 2005, at 12:08 , Phil Beardmore wrote:
| > 
| > >This may be a really simple thing to do (but I'm a bit stuck and  searched 
| > >the web but found no answers).  I have a Plone site  working great.  I 
have a 
| > >folder which I wish to password protect  (and all of the data in the 
folder).  
| > >Thing is, I want to use our  LDAP server for authentication.  I have the 
site 
| > >setup as normal  with an ACL_users folder.  I then have a folder called  
| > >"protected".  In this folder I have added a LDAPUserFolder object  and 
linked 
| > >it with our main LDAP server.  Question is, how do I use  this 
LDAPUserFolder 
| > >to provide authentication for the "Protected"  folder?
| > 
| > ???
| > 
| > There is nothing you set up to make Zope "use" a user folder. It will  
| > automatically be consulted.
| 
| As long as the object has an id of "acl_users". 

And the containing folder has __allow_groups__ attribute set to that user
folder.

In fact you can call your user folder anything, as long as this attribute is
set to be the instance..

-- 
Andrew Milton
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