I have adjusted my Plone Site to introduce extra roles.
Doing so, I disallow Members to contribute content, and
have introduced Writers to do so. Managers can still do
Evidently, I allow Writers to add/save/modify versions.
I have installed CMFEditions 1.0alpha2, and am
experiencing some strange behavior of CMFEditions.
When "Writers" click on the Versions tab of a document,
they are asked for a username/pasword. As I have
installed VerboseSecurity, I am provided the following
This site encountered an error trying to fulfill your
request. The errors were:
Your user account is defined outside the context of
the object being accessed. Access to 'object' of
instance at 0x43e05bac) denied. Your user account,
bdubois, exists at /serious/acl_users. Access requires
View_Permission, granted to the following roles:
Request made at
2005/09/15 20:35:48.387 GMT+2
However, the View permission is given to _all_roles at
the Plone Site level and I have even tried it at the
Root level. Therefore I assume that this error message
Moreover, I am experiencing the same problem when I
login as a Manager. This however does not occur for all
documents. Can't seem to be able to discover a pattern
in it though. On these occasions, even the plone site
-Are there any roles hard-coded in the CMFEditions code
(or code it depends upon)? Is it supposed to be
available only for Managers?
-Do you have any clue on why a Manager (aka god) might
be unable to view the version history?
Bart Du Bois.