[ZWeb] Request for Feedback

Paul Everitt paul@zope.com
Tue, 23 Apr 2002 15:07:51 -0400

This might be a bit of a challenge.  There's a little bit of 
configuration that changes the way it works (namely, whether you have to 
be authenticated).

I was on IRC yesterday with dreamcatcher (Sidnei) and I think he also 
has been taking a look at this.  Remember, we all need to coordinate a 
little bit to avoid repetition and stomping on each other's work.

Sidnei was going to investigage the third option, using XmlHttpRequest. 
  Under this model, the primary issue is the cookie authentication for 

I put the "Collector Login" link in the bottom of the Bug Box with the 
idea that, once they got the cookie, it would automagically be submitted 
along with the form data when the JS does the XmlHttpRequest request. 
This *might* be totally bogus.  You might have to craft the cookie 
manually and shove it into the request that is built in JS.  Yuck.


Robert Rottermann wrote:
> Good morning,
> I tried to pick up the "BugBox" issue.
> Towards this goal I tried to installed a CMF collector.
> However while creating a collector I get an error stating that state_email
> is missing from the request.
> I downloaded CMF from CVS using the following command
> cvs -d :pserver:anonymous@cvs.zope.org:/cvs-repository update -P -d
> Is there a "better" version I should use?
> Robert
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