To schedule cron-like tasks on Zope, I use ZpCron:
It works pretty fine (well, as far as you do not use ZEO) and it
allows to define the user you want to use to run such or such task,
and the Zope security mechanisms are applied just like if the user had
run the task himself.
Normally, the user is supposed to be in the Zope root acl_users, but a
colleague of mine had proposed a patch (which is published in beta
080314) which allows to use a user define the path of the acl_users
you want to use.
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On Tue, Jul 22, 2008 at 7:23 PM, Thierry Florac <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> I use Zope-2.9.9.
> I need to create custom "cron like" threads in an application to handle
> administrative tasks.
> Global setup of these threads is already OK.
> So my question is : how can I setup these threads so that they can
> handle database objects in an unrestricted way (eventually throught an
> authentication mecanism) ?
> Thanks for any help,
> Thierry Florac
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