Hi,

Le Wed, 29 Feb 2012 15:12:37 +0100,
  Jürgen Herrmann <juergen.herrm...@xlhost.de> a écrit:

> is it possible to change permissions and roles on classes/methods
> at runtime? normally you'd attach security declarations inline in
> your class definition code:
> 
> from AccessControl import ClassSecurityInfo
> from AccessControl.class_init import InitializeClass
> class Cls():
>    security = ClassSecurityInfo()
>    security.declarePrivate('foo')
>    def foo(self):
>      pass
> InitializeClass(Cls)
> 
> 
> now what i tried at runtime is:
> 
> from mycode import Cls
> from AccessControl import ClassSecurityInfo
> security = ClassSecurityInfo()
> security.declarePublic('foo')
> security.apply(Cls)
> 
> but this does not what i want it to, in fact it doesn't seem
> to do anything yet - probably because i'm using the wrong way :)
> 
> any hints how to do this correctly would be greatly appreciated.
> 
> thank you very much in advance and best regards,

The way I handle this kind of problem is:
 - declare me method as protected, with a specific permission
 - grant this permission to roles or users (which can be "anybody")
   according to your context.

Best regards,
Thierry
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