[Zope] CookieCrumbler under LDAPUserFolder
David A. Riggs
27 Jun 2003 16:45:57 -0400
On Fri, 2003-06-27 at 16:25, David A. Riggs wrote:
> On Fri, 2003-06-27 at 13:48, Dieter Maurer wrote:
> > David A. Riggs wrote at 2003-6-26 16:35 -0400:
> > > ...
> > > The root of my site authenticates with an LDAPUserFolder. There
> > > is a sub-application which uses an acl_satellite=20
> > > (LDAPUserSatellite) to authenticate against a branch of the LDAP
> > > directory. I'd like for this sub-application to use cookie-based
> > > authentication (for a nice, unified HTML login page and ease of
> > > logging out).
> > >=20
> > > The CookieCrumbler product seems to want an acl_users folder in
> > > the same directory as itself, which isn't possible in this case.
> > Why not? I do not see a reason.
> I can only find the most minimal of documentation for the
> CookieCrumbler, but...I've tried renaming my acl_sattelite to
> acl_users and dropped a CookieCrumbler instance into the same
> directory (as per the README.txt). Visiting this URL still
> prompts me with the HTTP authentication box rather than the
> login_form that I expect (I've copied in the default login_form,
> logged_in and logged_out DTMLMethods but not touched them
> Is there a decent HowTo for using the CookieCrumbler? Is there
> a way to make the LDAPUserSatellite use cookie auth? Am I
> doing something stupid to make my current setup not work?
Oops! Permission problem, a parent directory had restricted all
access to a specific group. I granted 'View' permissions to
Anonymous users and all is well.
- David A. Riggs <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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