[pmwiki-users] UserAuth2 : Working with ZAP?
dean at staub.id.au
Tue Dec 11 17:03:23 CST 2007
> On Sun, December 9, 2007 2:52 am, Dean Staub wrote:
>> First, Thank you Thomas for your work on the new module. It is a huge
>> improvement over the former system - well done.
>> I do however have a few small problems that I need to get to the bottom
>> of. I have for example the latest version of ZAP installed and I can't
>> get it to work.
>> It says "You are not authorized to submit this form." and the test
>> button function does nothing. How do I get around this?
>> Another issue is I can't seem to access the Attribute pages when I am
>> logged in as Admin. I understand this is not usually necessary, but in
>> the case of Zap which adds a privilege to the attributes page I cant set
>> it to no password (or clear it) This may have come from previous
>> settings in the Attributes pages prior to installing your module.
> Hi, thanks.
> I remember to have scrapped the "attr" level altogether (since no
> attribute pages had sense in my module), but one can simply reintroduce it
> as the the pure editing of the attribute pages will have no adverse effect
> on the functioning of module. One will have to establish some action-level
> mapping like
> attr => admin
> (if you have a single admin setup), or rather something more elaborate
> otherwise (unless you want every admin to access attribute pages).
> The form submitting in ZAP will demand some more effort, as I have not
> used it myself before. A good starting point is to download the debug
> function from my profile page and use the built-in logging calls to look
> at what privilege is actually requested and denied. I can walk you through
> this in case you come across a stumbling stone.
> More or less the following:
> - download debug.php, put in cookbook dir
> - activate it in the local/config.php
> - set as the event that you want to observe "USAU"
> - go to the TryAccessingPage() in userauth2.php and uncomment every
> logging that might be interesting
> - sprinkle the code (after the append calls) with flushUA2ErrorLog()
> calls. [This would have usually been cared for by an exit handler.]
> I'm sure that this will lead us to the right info.
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Hi Thomas, thanks for your response.
I have found some time to follow your instructions above.
The results of your debug output are as follows for the error accessing
a zap function;
2007-12-12 09:18:56 EST USAU Someone trying to access page
Site.ZAPConfig at level read.
2007-12-12 09:18:56 EST USAU Site.ZAPConfig is a content page: yes
2007-12-12 09:18:56 EST USAU Access to Site.ZAPConfig at level read
2007-12-12 09:19:22 EST USAU Warning: Someone asking for permission
for unknown level 'zap'. Refused.
and for accessing the attribute page I get;
2007-12-12 09:49:16 EST USAU Someone trying to access page
Site.ZAPConfig at level attr.
2007-12-12 09:49:16 EST USAU Site.ZAPConfig is a content page: yes
2007-12-12 09:49:17 EST USAU Access to Site.ZAPConfig at level attr
2007-12-12 09:49:17 EST USAU Current cache utilization: 26 perm
queries, 0 user recs, 1 group recs, 0 ip range recs.
2007-12-12 09:49:17 EST USAU In total 1 uncached perm record loads, 1
uncached perm queries.
I'm sorry, I am no expert at php, just a bit of a hacker, otherwise I
would invest some time into trying to solve it myself.
(I have a single admin setup)
If you could lead me in the right direction here, I would be most
greatful to test any ideas you have.
Also just a note about your Debug.php script, I had to also add the line
$EnableDebug = 1; for it to work (I didn't see it mentioned on your
profile page :-) )
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