I try context.acl_users.authenticate(user, pass, request) but this doesn't
change the session user, isn't it?

Can I change the logged user in the session in any way?

Thanks!

2007/7/7, Garito <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>:

Sure? I'll try then

Thank you so much!!!

2007/7/7, Andrew Milton <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>:
>
> +-------[ Garito ]----------------------
> | How can I change the user programatically?
> | Can I?
> |
> | The process will be the same in acl_users, cookieCrumbler,
> ExUserFolder, isn't
> | it?
> |
> | for example: acl_users.authenticate(user_name, password)
> |
> | Is this possible?
> |
> | That's my original need, but I'm not so sure if I ask properly, sorry
>
> That is exactly how to do it with exUserFolder.
> It will return a new user object, or None if the authentication failed.
>
> --
> Andrew Milton
> [EMAIL PROTECTED]
>



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