On Thu, 16 Nov 2006, Maciej Wisniowski wrote:
I saw the second message for this, so what I read about order of actions
in th 2.7 book will apply to how PAS is working as well? I just don't
want to get confused by learning something that isn't actually how my
system is working.
Does the 2.7 edition of the zope book that I can find on plope.org
cover security as handled by PAS?
If you are interested, the 'RemoteUserAuth' product and it's companion,
'CACSiteRoot', the sources can be downloaded from the tutorial page:
Yup, I've just downloaded those.
Seems that RemoteUserAuth does some dirty hacks in Zope publisher :/
This seems to be from 2004. I'm not sure if it'll work with newer
CACSiteRoot seems to translate URLs... something like
VirtualHostMonster. But I'm not sure why somebody reinvented the
whell so it possibly does something more.
Yeah, I'm not so sure either, but the instructions say to use them, so I'm
using them. I think the reason for CACSiteRoot is to preserve the
http/https nature of the original request header, but why is not totally
clear to me (to say the least) ;)
It'd be great, though if there were zope gurus out there who had
experience working with pubcookie. I've found a few messages on boards
from a while back that seemed to indicate that there were folks working
on a PAS plugin that would incorporate pubcookie, but I haven't seen any
information indicating that that was ever successful.
Hm... I've looked at:
This is not detailed enough but seems that it should be not difficult to
do it with PAS. In general it is a bit similiar to CAS solution, but CAS
doesn't use so much cookies. I mean CAS4PAS may be a good base for
If you want to know more about PAS take a look into it's sources at
interfaces.py and docs/.
Yeah, I knew I'd need to get good at reading python sooner or later.
If you want you may take a look at CAS4PAS plugin. It is simple, but
it is good to know how CAS and PAS works to understand this.
I will do so. This seems a good place to start
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