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Unreproducable KeyErrors
Squishdot Posted by Chris Withers on Saturday December 30, 06:05PM, 2000
from the waaaaaaaaaaagh dept.
I've spent a few hours trying to reproduce the KeyErrors mentioned by Ragnar and a few others but I can't. Here's the only advice I can offer...

  • Upgrade to Zope 2.2.4 or later
  • Upgrade to Squishdot 0.7.2 or later
  • Hit the 'Re-catalog all postings' button.

If you still experience problems, please post a detailed description of how to reproduce them to the Bug Tracker and, if possible, mail a .zexp of your site to support@squishdot.org. cheers, Chris

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    Re: Unreproducable KeyErrors
    by Ragnar Beer on Wednesday January 03, 01:35PM, 2001
    Thanks for the time you spent with the problem, Chris!

    I couldn't find out how to fix the problem so I now have Apache doing the authentication as a workaround.

    Meanwhile I also upgraded to Zope 2.2.4 (Squishdot still 0.7.2) and today I couldn't reproduce the problem anymore myself.

    Did anybody else get the problem solved by upgrading Zope?

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    • Apache for Authentication? Nooooo....
      by Chris Withers on Wednesday January 03, 01:59PM, 2001
      What problems were you having that needed you to downgrade and use Apache for Authentication?

      Did the upgrade to 2.2.4 solve them and are you back using Zope for security now?



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      • Re: Apache for Authentication? Nooooo....
        by Ragnar Beer on Wednesday January 03, 04:25PM, 2001
        It's a shame, isn't it?

        Since I only found out today that everything is apparently working as it should with 2.2.4 I'll do some more tests and then go back to Zope for authentication as it should be.

        The only problem I still don't know how to deal with is how to enter 150 user-ids plus passwords using a python script. I'd hate to have to do that manually!


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        • Re: Apache for Authentication? Nooooo....
          by Darrick Wong on Wednesday January 03, 07:38PM, 2001
          150 user ids and passwords? Wow. If you haven't yet committed yourself to manual data entry, you might consider installing something like etcUserFolder and then only have to manipulate a text file whose format is "username:password"...such files can be generated with Apache's `htpasswd' program. If you're running a Unix machine with PAM, I could send you my "pamUserFolder" hack. (And wow, is it ever a mess right now...)

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