I don't know if I understand what you say
This is the code of one of my wrappers (str one):
__roles__ = None
def __bobo_traverse__(self, REQUEST, nombre):
obj = getattr(self, nombre, None)
if obj is None: return self
else: return obj
How could be the __call__? like:
return <what to return here?>
2007/3/23, Martijn Pieters <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>:
Please keep the mailing list in the loop, others may have insights too.
On 23. mar. 2007, at 15.37, Garito wrote:
>> > If you read the link I put, you could read I can create (with
>> > CrearFuncionalidad) but not delete it (with BorrarFuncionalidad)
>> that seems
>> > to have the same security necessities
>> Return a callable from your traverser (so return the __call__, don't
>> call it yourself). The publisher will call it for you after the user
>> has been authenticated.
> As Dieter said __bobo_traverse__ can't return strings or ints for
> that I create (as he tall me, thanks again) a wrapper that returns
> the rendered code
Fine, that's what I ment. But your wrapper should implement a
__call__ method. The publisher will call that method at a time where
security *has* been set up.
Do make sure that you wrap your wrapper in the correct security
# Things that need a security context need to be done here.
def __bobo_traverse__(self, REQUEST, name):
if name == 'Wrapper':
return getattr(self, name)
This way the security policies can still look up the security context.
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