[Seaside] spooky seaside

Norbert Hartl norbert at hartl.name
Wed May 2 14:09:28 UTC 2007

On Wed, 2007-05-02 at 10:14 +0100, Bany, Michel wrote:
> > yesterday I showed a colleague our webapp. He wondered about 
> > the "strange" URLs. The next thing he was starting to notice 
> > that the _k parameter has something linear in it. So he 
> > played around entering URLs as derivate from the URLs he got 
> > from a loaded page. After 4 attempts he got the 
> > WADispatcherEditor. I was shocked.
> Are you sure it was WADispatcherEditor?
> It could also be WADispatcherViewer which happens to be the default
> entry point in a standard Seaside setup. You are always taken back to
> the
> default entry point (if one is defined) when something is wrong in the
> url.
Yes, it was even the configuration page of my webapp not only the
> > - What is the best way to remove WADispatcherEditor. When
> >   I remove it it still has references and stays as AnObsolete.
> Have a look to the method comments in WAComponent class >> isDeployed.
> You may also want to disable the default entry point.
Uh, that is good. New things every day. And once more... comments are
good if they are read.


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