On 11 Jan 2006, at 21:46, Brian Sullivan wrote:

I am using CookieCrumbler as an authentication method on a Zope site.

I am looking at the feasibility of putting multi CookieCrumbler
objects (all with the same settings -- except for the cache setting)
on a site in order to allow some parts of the site to be cached in an
upstream proxy and forbidding others.

Is this a reasonable thing to do? Will it achieve the result I am looking for?

I will not do what you expect to do. The first cookie crumbler to do authentication sets the cookie and even if other cookie crumblers get involved they will not just overwrite that cookie because the lifetime setting on their cookie is different.


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