Infor Gates wrote at 2006-1-5 14:11 -0800:
>Yes, after reading the source code.  However, my problem as I found out is 
>that I do not know how to access the methods in CC from DTML. I am not well 
>verse with Python (still learning though).

Please, read my messages carefully!

As "CookieCrumbler.logout" performs a redirect, it is usually better
not to call "logout" from a DTML method but activate it via an URL
(e.g. via a "logout" link or a redirect).


However, you can call the "CookieCrumbler" methods from DTML
like you call any other method:

     <dtml-call expr="your_cookie_crumber_name.logout()">


Note again that "logout" performs a redirect. You will usually not
see the result of your "DTML" page.

> ...
>Dieter Maurer <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote: Infor Gates wrote at 2006-1-4 20:14 
>-0800:
>>I have a trying time using Cookie Crumbler 1.2 with Zope2.8.4 (windows 
>>version).
>>I could NOT figure out how to log out a user.  I have simplified to the 
>>orginal logged_out form to this:
>
>The "Cookie Crumber" has a "logout" method.
>You should use it for the logout (and not try to emulate it yourself).
>
>You can activate it via an URL of the form:
>
>    url_to_your_cookie_crumbler/logout
>
>It will redirect to the "logout_page" (you can configure for
>your "Cookie Crumbler".
>
>
>-- 
>Dieter
>
>
>
>                       
>---------------------------------
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> Ring in the New Year with Photo Calendars. Add photos, events, holidays, 
> whatever.<div id="RTEContent">Yes, after reading the source code.&nbsp; 
> However, my problem as I found out is that I do not know how to access the 
> methods in CC from DTML. I am not well verse with Python (still learning 
> though).<br><br>Thank you.<br><br><b><i>Dieter Maurer &lt;[EMAIL 
> PROTECTED]&gt;</i></b> wrote:<blockquote class="replbq" style="border-left: 
> 2px solid rgb(16, 16, 255); margin-left: 5px; padding-left: 5px;"> Infor 
> Gates wrote at 2006-1-4 20:14 -0800:<br>&gt;I have a trying time using Cookie 
> Crumbler 1.2 with Zope2.8.4 (windows version).<br>&gt;I could NOT figure out 
> how to log out a user.  I have simplified to the orginal logged_out form to 
> this:<br><br>The "Cookie Crumber" has a "logout" method.<br>You should use it 
> for the logout (and not try to emulate it yourself).<br><br>You can activate 
> it via an URL of the form:<br><br>    
> url_to_your_cookie_crumbler/logout<br><br>It will redirect to the 
> "logout_page" (you can configure for<br>your "Cookie Crumbler".<br><br><br>--
> <br>Dieter<br></blockquote><br></div><p>
>       
>               <hr size=1>Yahoo! Photos<br> 
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> Calendars</a>. Add photos, events, holidays, whatever.
-- 
Dieter
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