I have a new problem with XUF.
The folder (pms) and subfolder (pms/manager) have XUF. Both XUF have the Postgresql Authentication Source and cookie-based
authentication, otherwise they don't work (I wrote about it before)
The authorization in pms is not required, in pms/manager is required
The problems appears when the authenticated user in pms/manager calls the ZPT or script which uses the other method
somewhere in pms, above pms/manager, even if that method is available for Anonymous User. In this case, error LoginRequired
occured and user gets
page for authorisation.When I used the standard User Folder in folder and XUF in subfolder I had not have any problems.
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Dmitry Matveev mailto:matveev@...
This is not the answer to your question, but you probably don't need
user folders on both these levels. Unless you're authenticating to
different authentication databases, if you want to give the users
different roles based on the folder they are visiting, use local roles
(look for it carefully in the "Security" tab of the Folder where you
want to grant the user different roles).
On Wed, 2003-04-16 at 04:15, Dmitry Matveev wrote:
> Hello all!
> I have a new problem with XUF.
> The folder (pms) and subfolder (pms/manager) have XUF. Both XUF have the Postgresql Authentication Source and cookie-based
> authentication, otherwise they don't work (I wrote about it before)
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