I updated the 'HowTo' to now include a TTW version of the same
product. This could be a useful way to compare TTW code with product
based code for anyone interested. That is if the security issues are
The TTW zexp also doesn't require the installation of extjs but it is
for demo purposes only.
On Tue, Apr 22, 2008 at 1:35 PM, Tim Nash <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> I have created a zope product that demonstrates how I would like to
> use zope with extjs library. The demo does not require an installation
> of extjs. It is linked to here
> I hope that using zope along with extjs in this way makes zope much
> more scalable however I am having trouble figuring out the proper way
> to set up security.
> Could somebody check out my demo and give me feedback on how to set up
> the security?
> I would like the user to only have to log on once. Subsequent AJAX
> calls should not require subsequent log in.
> Also, I create new accounts by copying an account 'template' folder
> that includes a acl_users folder in it. How do you set the proper
> security when you create accounts in this way? How do you set the
> security on an external Method in these folders?
> I want to use zope to hold medical data for everyone from a physician
> in the remote regions of the World all the way up to multi-hospital
> chains. This requires a very scalable and very secure zope.
> Thanks for any help!
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