garito at sistes.net
Wed Apr 23 06:47:50 EDT 2008
Sorry, Tim, but I don't catch what you pretend with this demo
Can you explain more about this test?
2008/4/23, Tim Nash <thedagdae at gmail.com>:
> I updated the 'HowTo' to now include a TTW version of the same
> product. This could be a useful way to compare TTW code with product
> based code for anyone interested. That is if the security issues are
> The TTW zexp also doesn't require the installation of extjs but it is
> for demo purposes only.
> On Tue, Apr 22, 2008 at 1:35 PM, Tim Nash <thedagdae at gmail.com> wrote:
> > I have created a zope product that demonstrates how I would like to
> > use zope with extjs library. The demo does not require an installation
> > of extjs. It is linked to here
> > I hope that using zope along with extjs in this way makes zope much
> > more scalable however I am having trouble figuring out the proper way
> > to set up security.
> > Could somebody check out my demo and give me feedback on how to set up
> > the security?
> > I would like the user to only have to log on once. Subsequent AJAX
> > calls should not require subsequent log in.
> > Also, I create new accounts by copying an account 'template' folder
> > that includes a acl_users folder in it. How do you set the proper
> > security when you create accounts in this way? How do you set the
> > security on an external Method in these folders?
> > I want to use zope to hold medical data for everyone from a physician
> > in the remote regions of the World all the way up to multi-hospital
> > chains. This requires a very scalable and very secure zope.
> > Thanks for any help!
> > Tim
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