[Zope] FileSystem Directory Views
alan at oddiofile.com
Sun May 2 16:44:03 EDT 2004
Paul, thanks for the reply...
ReadOnly is fine for me at the moment. Although read-write sounds interesting
for later. Thanks for the link.
Since I'm still quite a zope-newbie, I thought I'd try getting
FileSystemDirectory view working first, thinking that I could read about
security in more detail as I go through the tutorial.
I've created three Filesystem Directory View objects. It lists the possible
directories to add, and there is only the choice of the "site" directory
underneath the renamed "examplesite". Every time I create one, it is locked.
I can see the initial welcome page, but if I can't seem to see .html files or
subdirectories in the "site" directory through zope.
So these filesystemviews seem to be empty except for one DHTML file, and it
doesn't matter what else I copy into those directories, Zope can't see them?
Where do tell Zope where my tree of files is located? Or do I create a
symbolic link inside the ExampleSite? Where is the documentation that
explains how this works?
I'd like to delete these old FileSystemView objects I was creating while I was
trying to figure out how this worked. Tried to "cut"
but I get
The object does not support this operation.
-- OR --
The currently logged-in user does not have the Copy or Move permission
respective to the object.
Is it possible to delete a FileSystemDirectory view? It has no content in it
yet, and I see this "lock" symbol on the icon.
On May 1, 2004 06:58 pm, Paul Winkler wrote:
> On Sat, May 01, 2004 at 06:21:01PM -0400, Alan Ezust wrote:
> > Is it possible to give zope server knowledge of trees of HTML on the
> > local file system? How do I do that? Or is there a better way?
> There are a couple ways.
> Filesystem Directory View ships with CMF but can be used independently.
> It gives a read-only view in Zope.
> LocalFS gives read-write access. Best version I know of can
> be found here http://www.easyleading.org/Downloads/
> If that gives you access denied (due to Andreas' blocking of
> several very large ISPs due to spam relaying),
> you can try the tarball here:
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