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posting to squishdot in python
How-To Posted by Murat on Tuesday November 18, 08:39PM, 2003
from the dept.

I've been trying to post emails as postings to my squishdot site. Zmailin gets the emails perfectly, my question is how could I call addPosting method of the squishdot site from an outside python script ?

I've been trying to post emails as postings to my squishdot site. Zmailin gets the emails perfectly, my question is how could I call addPosting method of the squishdot site from an outside(from Zmailin) python script ?

First I tried calling it like;

squishdot.addPosting(xxxxx);

it didn't work , the error was ;

Error Type: NameError Error Value: global name squishdot is not defined

Then, I tried importing addPosting method like;

...

from Products.Squishdot.Posting import addPosting squishdot.addPosting(XXX)

...

when I run above code it asks for login and password but it doesn't accept the password even though I enter the correct password. And when I cancel the error is,

Error Type: Unauthorized Error Value: You are not allowed to access Squishdot in this context

any help ?

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    Try this...
    by Chris Withers on Friday December 12, 06:29PM, 2003
    Try something like this in the ZMailingIn script:

    context.an_folder_containing_your_squish_site.name_of_your_squish.addPosting(...

    cheers,

    Chris
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