[ZOPE] using re.compile(...) raises an HTTP401 (basic authencication) ??????
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Wed May 2 23:32:41 CEST 2001
PythonScript products in Zope run in a protected environment, similar to a
Basically, various things including attribute access is checked on the fly
and verified by a SecurityManager.
Your problem is that you are allowed to *import re* ... you're just not
allowed to do anything with it ;-)
ie re.compile ends up calling __careful_get_attr(re, 'compile') and the
securityManager says "NO!!"
Check out the code in the PythonScript product if you want to see how this
Solutions ? Well, easiest is to create this as an External Python Script ...
they can do anything they like.
"Gilles Lenfant" <glenfant.nospam at bigfoot.com> wrote in message
news:9cphc3$cu9$1 at news2.isdnet.net...
> Can't understand this !!!
> I made a simple ZOPE python script for checking some text fields (runs OK)
> The same script checks an e-mail field and when testing (the "Test" tab
> the parameter/value form), the browser raises a user/password login box
> (HTTP status 401 I guess)
> === my script==
> import string
> import re
> # Test other fields with <string> package resources (OK)
> # Test of e-mail address
> email = string.strip(email)
> if len(email) == 0:
> errortext = errortext + '<li>You must provide a mail address</li>\n'
> # Execution of next line raises the
> mailre = re.compile(r'^([\w at .=/_-]+)@([\w-]+)(\.[\w-]+)*$')
> if not mailre.match(email):
> errortext = errortext + '<li>%s is not a valid mail
> % email
> AFAIK, "re" is not in the current ZOPE namespace when executing the
> Note: when I remove the e-mail check, the test just runs fine (including
> "import re")!
> Can anybody help ?
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