[Zope3-Users] Pluggable authentication, a newbie's question

Alexei Ustyuzhaninov alust at 208.195-224-87.telenet.ru
Tue Jan 30 03:23:43 EST 2007

David Johnson пишет:
> On Jan 29, 2007, at 5:30 PM, Alexei Ustyuzhaninov wrote:
>> David Johnson пишет:
>>>> What do you mean by "Your authenticator is registered as a Plugin in 
>>>> a PAU in your current site"? I registered the authenticator as a 
>>>> utility and assigned the utility name to the authenticatorPlugins 
>>>> attribute of the PAU. Is it enough?
>>> I'm not sure I follow you here.  Normally when you create a custom 
>>> authenticator you first go into Manage Site add a Pluggable Auth 
>>> Utility (PAU).  Then from within the PAU there are plugins.  You can 
>>> add your custom plugin here.  Then you select a credentials plugin 
>>> and your authenticator plugin.     I'm not an expert by any means on 
>>> PAU, but it seems this is the preferred approach.
>>> The authenticators I've written implemented the following:
>>> implements(AuthenticatorPlugin,IQueriableAuthenticator,IQuerySchemaSearch) 
>> Aha, seems that I see where is my problem. I didn't manage site 
>> through ZMI. Is it possible to do this manipulation programmatically?
> That I don't know. Probably.   Why you would want to is another question.

Well, I'm going to be able to deploy the package without using ZMI. 
That's why I'm seeking for a programmatic solution.

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