Fuck$%&ing gmail
Sorry all for this stupidity

To Dennis: I use Zope 2.9.5 final. Is this version concern with this bug?

To Dieter: I use HTTP authentication method (at least I suppose that). I
don't change anything about the default configuration nor use any cookie at

What I wonder is CrearFuncionalidad works ok but not BorrarFuncionalidad who
are launched both in the same way

Any idea?

2007/3/12, Garito <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>:

To Dennis: I use Zope 2.9.5 final. Is this version concern

2007/3/12, Dieter Maurer <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>:
> Garito wrote at 2007-3-12 04:04 +0100:
> > ...
> >In my code I don't use nothing about security and nothing is changed on
> >zmi's security tab
> >
> >But when I launch a method (Borrar if you remember) the user who
> launches
> >the action is anonymous not the logged one
> Your problem description is too terse to say something definite about
> the real problem.
> But, I can tell you that whether or not a user appears to be
> anonymous or logged in only slightly depends on security settings.
> The process is as follows:
>   The url traversal determines the published object and
>   the path to reach it. From the published object the roles are
> determined
>   necessary to access it.
>   Then a user folder is looked for that can authenticate a user
>   from the current request with the required roles. This lookup
>   proceeds in the reverse order than the url traversal.
>   Thus, unless you have given your object unreasonable roles (usually
>   you protect by a permission which is then mapped to a set of roles),
>   the authenticated user primarily depends on the authentication
>   information in the request.
> In what kind the request contains authentication information
> highly depends on the form of authentication you are using.
> There are at least two widely used approaches: cookie based
> authentication
> and HTTP (basic) authentication.
> In the first case, the user will appear "anonymous" whenever
> cookies are disabled.
> --
> Dieter

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