[ZWeb] Re: attributes of users (fwd)
Fri, 30 Mar 2001 18:13:56 +0200
On Fri, Mar 30, 2001 at 10:58:58AM -0500, Ethan Fremen wrote:
> Martijn, I understand that you are primarily tasked with getting a degree,
> so let me know if I'm affecting that adversely.
This is simple enough, I can do this when I need a half hour break from
having my brains steamed slowly.
> Can you do what jens asks below?
Shouldn't be hard to do that, no.
> In addition, let's move all further discussion onto the zope web list so
> the community can see some action in exchange for looking at our dirty
> laundry for so long :)
Hereby CC-ed ;)
> ---------- Forwarded Message ----------
> Date: Thursday, March 29, 2001 12:08:37 -0500
> From: Jens Vagelpohl <email@example.com>
> To: ethan mindlace fremen <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Subject: Re: attributes of users
> to test some things it would be nice if i could get a so-called LDIF (the
> file format understood by the LDAP tools) containing current user data from
> zope.org. the format is very simple:
> every user has a record that looks like this, replace <user> with the user's
> login name and the other <> things are self-explanatory:
> dn: cn=<user>,ou=people,dc=zope,dc=org
> objectClass: top
> objectClass: person
> objectClass: zopeOrgPerson
> cn: <user>
> sn: <user last name>
> gn: <user first name>
> o: <user company>
> mail: <user email>
> public: <set to 0 or 1>
Note that we don't *have* a first and last name filed, only a full name.
The 'name' field that Ethan refers to, is just the user ID, the login
For now, I'll split full_name on the first space, and set gn to the
first string of the resulting list, and sn to whatever is left (if
> it shouldn't be too hard to do a script that picks this data out of the
> existing user folder and writes it into a file.
> there must be one empty line between each record and there must not be any
> empty spaces after the last letter on a line.
I'll build this. What do we do to switch over? Stop all access to Zope.org
or just the joining process?
> > name
> > email
> > last_visit
> > full_name
> > prev_visit
> > company
> > public
> > don't quite know why we store name as a property as well. Anyway, we need
> > password too :)
See above, it's the login name.
I take it that last_visit and prev_visit are going to be stored in the
> > as far as the structure of the ldap store, what we talked about would be
> > good.
What did you talk about? Can we get a copy of that to Zope-Web?
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