i'm having trouble connecting to freezope. can someone please post what
the properties would be?
here are my settings:
localpath: /temp (not sure what's this is for)
of course i set my username and password=20
From: Riaan Booysen [mailto:riaan@...]=20
Sent: Monday, March 03, 2003 4:42 AM
To: D. Rick Anderson; boa-constructor-users@...
Subject: Re: [Boa Constr] Zope
> Does the Zope portion of Boa work on a remote Zope server? I've tried=20
> several times to make a connection to one of our several Zope servers,
> but it always tells me that the connection is refused.
Ok, this has been cleared up by other responses, but let me explain.
In the beginning, you had to explicitly click Reload after changing
properties in the Inspector.
Because of the frequent confusion this caused, I changed it to that the
Inspector edits the same dictionary of properties that the Node uses. I
thought that it fixed the problem, but after this report I went and
looked again and found another
problem: The Node that you Inspect is from the List, but when you enter
it (without refreshing) the Node in the tree (if it was open) is used
which still had the old dictionary.
I've now updated all category nodes (Nodes storing "properties" in
to use a dictionary defined as a class attribute which is shared across
all Node instances. Commited to CVS and everything works great now.
I hope this is the last time that I have to fix this ;)
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> i'm having trouble connecting to freezope. can someone please post what
> the properties would be?
If the your account has manager rights, it should work.
I've created an account for myself at freezope, when it's activated, I will
report back on if it works with Boa.
Ok, my account has been activated and it works great (I was relieved ;)
> here are my settings:
> httpport: 80
> host: http://freezope2.nipltd.net
This should not have http:// in front, only freezope2.nipltd.net
I think this is the problem.
> path: /belred
> localpath: /temp (not sure what's this is for)
This property only applies to local installations (it's a filepath to the
root directory, used for importing zexps and editing ExternalMethods)
> of course i set my username and password