I'm not able to answer your question (I don't use UserKit). I'm just
writing because I don't think that anyone else uses UserKit either.
It's sortof dead code in webware. If you've found it useful, that's
great, but you may have trouble finding help.
It DOES seem like this may be a middlekit problem more than a userkit
one, and I know that lots of folks are using that.
Hopefully, someone will chime in here, but if they don't, consider
searching the mailing list archives to see if anyone may be able to
answer your question.
Also, it may be a bug in the CVS version; try the non-cvs release
version, see if it works, then compare the source.
Sorry that I can't be more helpful. Good luck.
On Tue, 14 Dec 2004 21:46:54 +0100, kuba
> i'm sure that model was loaded, because when appropriate user exists in the
> database (login and password are correct) everything works ok.
> i've found out that _mk_klass attribute is set only in Klass.py, in method
> pyClass, but as i'm still not experienced in webware, i couldnt move any
> further and solve this problem myself. any hints?