Products.MightyCal (version 1.31)
** See the bottom of this document for links to the classes/subpackages themselves ** MightyCal is a powerful calendar/schedule building program which combines the object-oriented web development of Zope with the XML transformation capabilities of Cocoon. There are two portions to the application: the Zope backend, which is implemented as a Python Product for Zope, and the Cocoon frontend, which is implemented as a Java Servlet Engine web application. This API documentation covers only the Zope backend. The subpackages and classes found in this API document are used as follows: * The MightyCal class is the root class of the entire Product, and is the class which is registered with the Zope Management Interface so that administrators can add an instance of MightyCal. * The EventType subpackage implements a composite object called an EventType, which makes it possible for a Calendar administrator to define a Calendar Event, and add custom fields to it. This package also contains the EventTypeRegistry, which is the MightyCal's global interface for managing and interacting with available EventTypes. * The EventCatalog subpackage is responsible for managing Event objects. It implements the Event object itself, and also the EventCatalog which holds and indexes the Events. It also provides EventCollection, which is a dynamic collection of events meeting certain criteria. * The Template subpackage implements an HTML-like language that administrators can use to design the general look of the various output formats for Calendars and Events. This subpackage also implements TemplateCollection, a module used to associate a set of Templates with MightyCal objects. * The DataEntry subpackage implements the DataEntryTransaction and related modules. This package handles all event entry and updating intelligence, and is responsible for generating the editing widgets for event editing. * The User subpackage holds the UserRegistry and CalendarUser objects. They provide a means for storing user information and permission information. * The Style subpackage contains classes for attaching stylesheet information to calendars. These stylesheets are customizable by the administrator, and will render themselves for several different user-agent contexts (i.e. CSS and XSL-FO stylesheets). In combination with Templates, this gives the administrator total control over the look-and-feel of the various output documents from the frontend. * The XMLSerialize subpackage provides a set of objects for serializing MightyCal objects for feeding to the Cocoon frontend. In particular, it handles sending EventType descriptors and Events as XML. * The Consoles subpackage implements the administrative console that give the administrators a single-screen overview of the MightyCal instance. * The Search subpackage: * The Security subpackage implements the Zope security policies that get applied to the objects contained within a MightyCal. It contains the Permissions module, which defines constants for Zope permissions assertions; the SecurityPolicy module, which defines the specific permissions to be applied to each object type within a MightyCal; and the PermissionsPropagation module, which implements a mixin class to make it easier for permissions to be propagated down a Zope object hierarchy. * The SFolder class: * The SItem class:
|ICONS_DIR = 'icons'|
__file__ = '/home/zope/lib/python/Products/MightyCal/__init__.pyc'
__name__ = 'Products.MightyCal'
__path__ = ['/home/zope/lib/python/Products/MightyCal']
__version__ = '$Revision: 1.31 $'