Private Plone RSS feeds through a user private token
Access your Plone RSS feeds as authenticated user. This feature was inspired by Redmine.
Actually, authenticated users in Plone site may read content that are not available to anonymous users. But when subscribing to a Plone RSS feed they can only view items that are available to anonymous users. Just because the RSS readers such as Google Reader do not - and cannot - provide feature to provide authentication cookie or header to authenticate on the feed URL.
aws.authrss gives to the authenticated users a dedicated and private link to the Plone RSS feeds. Such feeds provide all elements the user is entitled to view, when authenticated in the Plone site with a browser, and of course, relevant to the feed (Folder, Collection, …)
Each user may have a private token he can change whenever he wants in his personal preferences. This token is part of the query string of the authenticated RSS feed, and identifies the user only for the RSS feeds.
A control panel for site administrators gives the possibility to prune private tokens of removed users.
The module supports Plone 4.3 and 5.0.
collective.blog.feeds because both override the same viewlet, and there’s no possible conflict resolution. Sorry.
As usual in your zc.buildout configuration:
[instance] recipe = plone.recipe.zope2instance ... eggs = aws.authrss
The development package at Github comes with a suitable buildout.cfg. See Links. You just need to clone that repository and play the usual python bootstrap.py + bin/buildout.
In Site Setup
Don’t forget to enable syndication in the Syndication control panel and to check the Show feed link checkbox.
Available upgrades may be executed from the portal_setup tool of your Plone site in the Upgrades tab.
No upgrades with alpha releases
For the first alpha versions, we shall not provide upgrade steps. You will need to reinstall the component. Stable versions coming after the first stable versions will come will all necessary upgrade steps.
aws.authrss overrides the portal_actions/document_actions/rss action to add the authenticated RSS link in your site.
aws.authrss comes with its own tokens manager that stores tokens in an OOBtree. See the class aws.authrss.tokenmanager.DefaultTokenManager.
You may provide your own tokens manager registering an utility that implements aws.authrss.interfaces.ITokenManager in your component’s override.zcml. Then install this local utility using a GenericSetup componentregistry.xml file like this one:
<?xml version="1.0"?> <componentregistry> <utilities> <utility interface="aws.authrss.interfaces.ITokenManager" factory="my.component.tokenmanager.DefaultTokenManager" /> </utilities> </componentregistry>
This Plone component is sponsored by Alter Way
Do not assign tokens to users authenticated from an user folder that’s not in the Plone site (i.e a Zope root manager).
- Update github link to point to collective. [vincentfretin]
- Drop support for Plone < 4.3 and Python 2.6. Add compatibility for Plone 4.3 and 5.0 on Python 2.7. [vincentfretin]
- Fixed packaging issue with MANIFEST.in [glenfant]
- Added support for search results [glenfant]
- Fixed packaging issues. [glenfant]
- First public version [glenfant]
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