[Product-Developers] PloneRSSSearch compatibility with Plone 3
difioreg at casd.k12.pa.us
Wed May 20 17:39:09 UTC 2009
Have you had any luck getting this add on working in Plone 3 yet? I am very
interested in getting this feature to work in our Plone 3 site.
Graham Perrin wrote:
> A most appealing feature:
>> If the member of the site is also a member of the remote site (with
>> the same user account and password), he gets matching "published"
>> contents in the results list (again, if this is allowed by the
>> remote site's policy).
> but PloneRSSSearch is not recognised by my Plone 3.0.2 sites, so I
> guess that a product update is timely.
> Any volunteers?
>> Note : The functionnality is already integrated to Plone by the
>> addition of a customized version of Plone's 'search.pt' template,
>> but you can also quickly test it by invoking a URL such as :
> I did try that, without success.
> * for public (externally published) content, search results to
> anonymous users, it's possible/desirable to have multiple sites
> indexed by an external product. Google comes to mind.
> * I'm more interested in the the prospect of *enhanced* search
> results that reflect the permissions of a *logged-in* Plone user.
> Search results from Plone are exceptionally fine, especially with
> regard to extended results for logged-in users. To me, it seems ideal
> to extend that concept to multiple Plone sites.
> 3Amultiple&daterange=0&forum=6741&local=y> etc. -- unless I'm missing
> something, the lists seem strangely quiet on this subject. Or maybe
> everyone's using PloneRSSSearch with Plone 2.x and I'm the first
> person to wish it to work with Plone 3 ;-)
> Incidentally, this is not a priority for me at the moment. I'm simply
> planning ahead, for a possible minor proliferation of Plone sites.
> Best regards
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