--On 15. März 2006 12:03:48 +0000 Dean Hale <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:

Hi Andreas,

Thanks for this i'm trying to use an example below

from urllib import *
url = 'http://site.ac.uk/cgi-bin/evisiontasks?uid=xxx0xxx&fmt=plain'
html = urlretrieve(url).read()

however am receiving the error

Error Value: "from urllib import *" is not allowed

i have followed the readme in python/Products/PythonScripts and  created
a __init__.py file and it has created a __init__.pyc file  once the
server has restated.

I'm assuming i need to add some extra details to the __init__.py file  is
this correct and if so have you any ideas what they would be

allow_module() is not a solution for all and everything (consider it a hack).
Either write your code as external method or look at TrustedExecutables.


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