[Grok-dev] LDAP authentication and groups
sebastian at urbantalk.se
Fri Aug 7 13:25:14 EDT 2009
Great feedback! Please consider updating the main document, I think it
would useful to have it all in the same place. Note, I don't have an
answer to your question :) I just want to encourage you to go all the
way on this one.
If you give me a Launchpad ID I can assign you to the document on
Launchpad (so you can update the whiteboard when you have done your
edits). I you don't have edit priveleges on grok.zope.org, drop a mail
with your grok.zope.org id to Kevin Teague and he can fix this for you.
7 aug 2009 kl. 10.32 skrev Jeroen Michiel:
> Sebastian Ware wrote:
>> Have you looked at this:
>> Mvh Sebastian
> Yep, and found it very useful to get the authentication going
> getting it to work with AD took me a while), but there's no mention
> of the
> IPrincipalCreated event.
> I think that's a bit of a missing link in the documentation:
> You have a very good explanation about authentication, as you
> grok), and
> one about permissions and roles
> (http://grok.zope.org/documentation/tutorial/permissions), but how you
> should couple them together (especially if you authenticate to an
> server) is still vague (at least to me). There is no mention of the
> IPrincipalCreated event in the docs, unless I missed it.
> I'm willing to make a small Howto on this (assigning roles/
> permissions to
> externally authenticated users), if someone can point me in the right
> direction, because I still have a few questions...
> For instance what exactly is the difference between IPrincipalCreated,
> IAuthenticatedPrincipalCreated and IFoundPrincipalCreated?
> Since the latter 2 are derived from IPrincipalCreated,
> IPrincipalCreated is
> triggered always when a principal is created by a factory. As far as
> I can
> gather from the zope API docs, IAuthenticatedPrincipalCreated is
> fired when
> a principal is really authenticated (typically by a user logging is
> to the
> site and providing his/her credentials), while
> IFoundPrincipalCreated is
> fired when a user is looked up (in the code) typically by a call to
> getPrincipal on the PAU.
> Is this correct?
> When should you use which?
> Thanks for any advice/ideas!
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