[Grok-dev] Re: grok and complicated permissions

Sebastian Ware sebastian at urbantalk.se
Fri Sep 28 11:20:12 EDT 2007

I really found the Zope 2 proxy roles very useful because it was easy  
to make data only accessable through business logic that had the  
proper proxy roles.

Is there something similar in Zope 3?

Mvh Sebastian

27 sep 2007 kl. 08.37 skrev Jan-Wijbrand Kolman:

> Martijn Faassen wrote:
> snip
>> That said, I know there is an interest in seeing this work with  
>> Grok though. Grok should definitely not be standing in the way of  
>> making this work (currently its own publication rips off security  
>> proxies, and this behavior should become optional). Perhaps a  
>> security system where methods are public by default, and a  
>> @grok.require decorator system to annotate such methods with  
>> permissions, is actually workable. Experimentation awaits us.
> snip
> As an aside note: this is an issue I proposed as one of the topics  
> for the upcomming sprint (next week). I hope we can get some people  
> together to look into it.
> kind regards,
> jw
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