[Zope-dev] 2 Zopes

2000-10-25 Thread Andre Schubert
Hi, Can anyone tell me a way to get Zope Objects from the first Zope-Installation to the second. I need this because i have to program a Product to putting data into different Zope Installations from one point of the Web. My boss want this way because he want a central point for data input,

[Zope-dev] Security and Acquisition?!

2000-10-25 Thread Chris Withers
Toby Dickenson wrote: Zope security is context based: Users can be defined in a subfolder and only have access under that folder, they can also be given local roles for a given folder. The role:permission mapping is set per-folder. Any security aware object needs to know its context. Yeah,

[Zope-dev] RE: Security and Acquisition?!

2000-10-25 Thread Toby Dickenson
Anyone know what those attributes are? Heres a good trick: add this method to your class to see which attributes it is asked for, but doesnt implement. def __getattr__(self,id,reg={}): if not reg.has_key(id): print `id` reg[id]=id raise

Re: [Zope-dev] 2 Zopes

2000-10-25 Thread Ender
Andre Schubert wrote: Hi, Can anyone tell me a way to get Zope Objects from the first Zope-Installation to the second. I need this because i have to program a Product to putting data into different Zope Installations from one point of the Web. My boss want this way because he want a

Re: [Zope-dev] extending objectValues() and objectIds() or ?

2000-10-25 Thread Dennis Nichols
Thanks for the advice (below). I added another parameter for meta type and everything works great. What's the advantage of using Python Method rather than an external method, other than thru-the-web editing? Any disadvantages? At 10/24/00 06:45 PM, Itamar Shtull-Trauring wrote: Write a Python

Re: [Zope-dev] Large file support

2000-10-25 Thread Toby Dickenson
On Tue, 24 Oct 2000 20:31:52 +0200, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: If the Zope object knows how to produce the data themselves, they could push producer(s) directly to the channel. I added a single check in ZServer.HTTPResponse(256) where a temporary file is only created

Re: [Zope-dev] Unique and Contant object IDs

2000-10-25 Thread Chris Withers
Toby Dickenson wrote: On 24 Oct 2000 15:14:24 GMT, [EMAIL PROTECTED] (Ty Sarna) wrote: Unfortunately there are a lot of things that Zope just can't do because there is no way to get a persistent "ticket" for an object that can be handed out to some external system, and then later redeemed

Re: [Zope-dev] Large file support

2000-10-25 Thread Chris Withers
How does this differ from Local FS? cheers, Chris [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I have been building an "ExternalFile" class which stores the body of the file in an external file, mirroring the Zope path/hierarchy. This will allow easy integration with servers that can mount the external

Re: [Zope-dev] Unique and Contant object IDs

2000-10-25 Thread Chris Withers
Toby Dickenson wrote: Yeah, I'd love an ID I could use to grab an object no matter how often it was used. I suspect you will have to build this yourself. Store a sufficiently random id inside your objects when they are created, and use a ZCatalog to index them. blech! ;-) Why

Re: [Zope-dev] Unique and Contant object IDs

2000-10-25 Thread Itamar Shtull-Trauring
Chris Withers wrote: I suspect you will have to build this yourself. Store a sufficiently random id inside your objects when they are created, and use a ZCatalog to index them. blech! ;-) This is the normal way to keep references to objects. I asked Jim Fulton at IPC8, and he

RE: [Zope-dev] WriteLocking RiskFactors updated

2000-10-25 Thread Brian Lloyd
The WriteLocking RiskFactors artifact has had some new work done on it and I'm interested in some editorial comments and review before work begins on Architecture and UseCases. http://dev.zope.org/Wikis/DevSite/Projects/WriteLocking/RiskFactors Make any comments you have at:

Re: [Zope-dev] Unique and Contant object IDs

2000-10-25 Thread Itamar Shtull-Trauring
Johan Carlsson wrote: Why are the _p_oid depriciated? Not depreciated, just "don't use them." -- Itamar S.T. [EMAIL PROTECTED] Fingerprint = D365 7BE8 B81E 2B18 6534 025E D0E7 92DB E441 411C ___ Zope-Dev maillist - [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: [Zope-dev] Large file support

2000-10-25 Thread seant
There is not much difference between the ExternalFile class I'm working with and the File objects produced by LocalFS except External Files can be put anywhere in the Zope hierarchy and LocalFS files need to be under a LocalFS. Each approach has its pros and cons. This proposal mostly deals

RE: [Zope-dev] Large file support

2000-10-25 Thread Toby Dickenson
I should also note that if you create a producer, you will have to override the __len__ method to return the entire length of the data. This is because RESPONSE.write doesn't allow you to set the length of a write and there code during output that checks the size of the written object.

Re: [Zope-dev] Unique and Contant object IDs

2000-10-25 Thread Johan Carlsson
Johan Carlsson wrote: Why are the _p_oid depriciated? Not depreciated, just "don't use them." But I want too, why shouldn't I? They solves my problems with mapping relational data to objects. If I were to use my own random id generator I would need a global registry for my UID. I

Re: [Zope-dev] Unique and Contant object IDs

2000-10-25 Thread Itamar Shtull-Trauring
Johan Carlsson wrote: Why are the _p_oid depriciated? Not depreciated, just "don't use them." But I want too, why shouldn't I? They solves my problems with mapping relational data to objects. I would guess multiple databases can have the same oid's for their objects - and Zope does

[Zope-dev] Zope Error: You are not authorized to access this resource

2000-10-25 Thread Loibl Johann
Hi, do anyone know how to generate my own error message if there is a authorization problem? The standard_error_message.html do not influence the response from zope. Thanks, Hannes ___ Zope-Dev maillist - [EMAIL PROTECTED]

[Zope-dev] UnboundLocalError : LoginMgr 8.8b1, ZPatterns 4.3b1

2000-10-25 Thread Kim Friesen
Hi, I am trying to get Login Manager working and I am getting the following error message when I add the LoginManager type to a user folder, has anyone encountered this before ? Thanks, Kim Friesen __ACTION__ Add User Folder Add Login Manager to User Folder Error __PRODUCTS__

Re: [Zope-dev] Migrating from ZClasses to Python Products

2000-10-25 Thread Jason Spisak
Toby Dickenson: Thanks for the advice. I have looked at that before, and having a hybrid ZClass/Python product seemed to place a lot of design considerations heavily in the python base class. I've looked _holdOntoYourButts before as well. Thanks again, On Tue, 24 Oct 2000 20:16:30 GMT,

[Zope-dev] FW: FastCGI under IIS

2000-10-25 Thread Becker, Glen
-Original Message- From: ethan mindlace fremen [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]] Sent: Wednesday, October 25, 2000 2:45 PM To: Glen Becker Cc: Zope Webmaster Subject: Re: FastCGI under IIS Glen Becker wrote: Apparently, Zope has support for FastCGI under IIS. We want to find a FastCGI

[Zope-dev] zoplets....

2000-10-25 Thread Josh Zeidner
groove.net has a lot of potential for coordinating open-source projects... maybe someone can schedule one of those hairy zope-xml discussions on there. -josh _ Get Your Private, Free E-mail from MSN Hotmail at

Re: [Zope-dev] UnboundLocalError : LoginMgr 8.8b1, ZPatterns 4.3b1

2000-10-25 Thread Kim Friesen
oops, sorry I didn't mean a 'User Folder' ... I actually added a 'Folder' and then added a 'Login Manager' to that Folder. I also tried this with a 'Folder w/Customizer Support' Thanks, Kim Friesen Message: 11 From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] (Ty Sarna) Subject: Re: [Zope-dev] UnboundLocalError :

Re: [Zope-dev] Michel's Reply

2000-10-25 Thread Michel Pelletier
Toby Dickenson wrote: Sorry for the delay (book ... crushing ... head ... ) Perhaps the hippo analogy isnt helping, so heres a more concrete example. In zope today it is possible for a user who has been granted the 'View Management Screens' permission in *one* folder to create a one-line

Re: [Zope-dev] FW: FastCGI under IIS

2000-10-25 Thread Andy McKay
The fastCGI plugin for IIS is unfortunately not open source. FastCGI bought it and you now have to pay for it. Try pcgi instead. http://www.fastcgi.com/ - Original Message - From: "Becker, Glen" [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Wednesday, October 25, 2000 12:41 PM Subject:

Re: [Zope-dev] 2 Zopes

2000-10-25 Thread Andy McKay
Have a look at the excellent Client-Server product. Search for client on Zope.org. I use this to move stuff between Zopes. - Original Message - From: "Ender" [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: "Andre Schubert" [EMAIL PROTECTED] Cc: "Zope Development Maillist" [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Tuesday, October

Re: [Zope-dev] Migrating from ZClasses to Python Products

2000-10-25 Thread Jason Spisak
Ender writes: Point taken. Jason Spisak wrote: Ender writes: Jason Spisak wrote: The only problem I am dealing with is size. What kind of a transaction will that be? Huge, no doubt. I would run out of space to buffer it. Does Zope do subtransactions now,

Re: [Zope] Trying to follow tutorial

2000-10-25 Thread Rik Hoekstra
Olivier Ricou wrote: On Tue, Oct 24, 2000 at 01:40:58PM +0200, Rik Hoekstra wrote: Go to the management interface and add a zope user in the acl_users folder. Give it Management rights. Shut you browser, reopen it and authenticate as the user you just entered. Get on with the

Re: [Zope] LoginManager 0.8.8b1 examples/suggestions?

2000-10-25 Thread Jason Byron
--- "Morten W. Petersen" [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: [Jason Byron] | Does anyone have any LoginManager 0.8.8b1 example | code? It almost looks like you can extend the system | using plugins, but I don't know how that's done. | Anyone else have luck doing this? If so then do you | have

[Zope] AW: [Zope] dtml-var owner? author? editor?

2000-10-25 Thread Patrick Koetter
I want to include the owner (from acl_users) of a page in my HTML-output. dtml-var "AUTHENTICATED_USER.getUserName()" is what you want Not exactly. This only returns the AUTHENTICATED_USER, or am I wrong? What I want is: 'Anonymous User' surfs to my site. She surfs trough the HTML output

[Zope] AW: [Zope] Trying to follow tutorial

2000-10-25 Thread Patrick Koetter
BTW there is no easier way than to shut the browser and reopen it ? No easy sure way at least. That is, if you have basic authentication (which is always the case when you have Zope out of the box). It's reported that in some cases http://user:[EMAIL PROTECTED]:whateverport may log you

[Zope] How many houres do I need to manage a Zope site?

2000-10-25 Thread Diny van Gool
Hi, The management team wants to know how many hours are necessary to keep the faculty Zope site running. I have to make a summary of hours necessary for the technical system management such as software releases, database management, fixes etc. Developing or installing new features is not to be

[Zope] i can not see some graphic icons..

2000-10-25 Thread Gabriela Arevalo
hi all, after starting Zope, everything seems to be ok, but i can not see some graphic icons in the web page. The Traceback after starting zope is the following one: Traceback (innermost last): File "/home/pecos/zope/Zope-2.2.2-solaris-2.6-sparc/z2.py", line 609, in ? logger_object=lg)

[Zope] getProperty()

2000-10-25 Thread Jose Soares
Hi all, This is a newbie question. I'm trying to get the 'title' property of a SQLConnectionIDs. I can do this work using python but in zope I can't do it. I want to create an html SELECT object to display a list of all SQL Connections and I want to display the id and the title, like this: id

[Zope] Re: AW: [Zope] dtml-var owner? author? editor?

2000-10-25 Thread Bak @ kedai
On Wednesday 25 October 2000 16:01, Patrick Koetter wrote: I want to include the owner (from acl_users) of a page in my HTML-output. dtml-var "AUTHENTICATED_USER.getUserName()" is what you want Not exactly. This only returns the AUTHENTICATED_USER, or am I wrong? What I want is:

Re: [Zope] MailHost: bcc broken ?

2000-10-25 Thread Stefan H. Holek
Zope bulk mailing has recently been discussed here and the general opinion was to avoid it. Zope is just not a bulk mailer. Look into e.g. mailman and hand off the task. Stefan On Tue, 24 Oct 2000, Holger Lehmann wrote: I can send single email with one recipient without problems. I need to

Re: [Zope] Apache in front of ZServer

2000-10-25 Thread Jørn Helge B. Dahl
* "Phil Harris" [EMAIL PROTECTED] | Jorn, | | I'm no Apache GrandMaster but couldn't you use the [p] option of a | RewriteRule to make it proxy if the url matches a pattern: | | RewriteEngine on | RewriteRule !^(/static/.*) http://myserver.com:8080$1 [p,l] | | Or something along those lines.

Re: [Zope] How many houres do I need to manage a Zope site?

2000-10-25 Thread J. Atwood
At 10:42 AM +0200 10/25/2000, Diny van Gool wrote: 1. How many Zope releases per year can I expect and how much time do I need per release? One major, four or five minor and three or four hotfixes. Schedule a day for the major, half a day each for the rest. 2. How much time do I need for

Re: [Zope] Sendmail examples

2000-10-25 Thread Matt
Here's on I particularly like, sorry it doesn't have a sql query. It sends an attached image file, contents and all, not just an IMG SRC reference. And do youself a favour by adding a Mailhost object somewhere above where you want to use it. dtml-sendmail mailhost="MailHost" To: Feedback

Re: [Zope] problem(100) ZServer Computing local hostname on windows install

2000-10-25 Thread Rik Hoekstra
when I try to start zope on windows machine i get: problem(100) ZServer Computing local hostname this is 'normal' and not a problem (though I always wonder what it really means) snip The dos window seems to hang after this. nope, this is just the console window for the server. This is

Re: [Zope] problem(100) ZServer Computing local hostname on windows install

2000-10-25 Thread Toby Dickenson
On Tue, 24 Oct 2000 15:38:43 -0400, "Richard Lanham" [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: then it says: ZServer Medusa (V1.16.4.3) started at... timestamp... hostname: dsl1254-096...isp.net Port:8080 your http server is on 8080 Monitor Server starts on port 8099 and the monitor is on 8099

[Zope] Zope on Mac OS X

2000-10-25 Thread Dominique . Dutoit
I'm trying to build Zope with the Apple developer tools but it didn't work. Python 2.0 seems easier to build and works well but Zope C source codes must be modified to get it build. The How-to note about Mac OS X server doesn't apply to the public beta. Does somebody have already tried to use

[Zope] which python gets used ... ?

2000-10-25 Thread Jonathan Cheyne
Hi, just a quickie idiot question .. Does zope use any of the python on my RH6.2 box or does it use its own copy exclusively? I was trying to install the python xml libraries to try our the hyperdom product. I installed an rpm succesfully before remembering that zope has its own python. I

[Zope] How should a collection be in a Python product if i want to traverse it with dtml-inrse it with dtml-in

2000-10-25 Thread Max Møller Rasmussen
This is a question I guess has something to do with popping an object onto the namespace, or about me not understanding how stuff works. When I make a list of objects: class simple: def __init__(self, value): self.value = value theList = [simple(1), simple(2), simple(3), simple(4)]

Re: [Zope] How should a collection be in a Python product if i wantto trave rse it with dtml-in rse it with dtml-in

2000-10-25 Thread Oleg Broytmann
On Wed, 25 Oct 2000, [iso-8859-1] Max Møller Rasmussen wrote: class simple: def __init__(self, value): self.value = value theList = [simple(1), simple(2), simple(3), simple(4)] I would expect to be able to traverse it like below (The objects namespace would be popped onto

[Zope] Re: [Zope-dev] Task, Job or Operation?

2000-10-25 Thread Jimmie Houchin
Just a few comments to throw into the naming convention. Any name chosen will require educating the user as to it's definition. Some names are already defined in other spaces. Some of which are heavily overloaded. There is also discussion as to the accuracy of various names in the context of the

[Zope] expr

2000-10-25 Thread Tom Deprez
I get an error when using following expr: dtml-in expr="address_select(ADDRESS.CENTRE_NO=CENTRENO)" This is due to the . in ADDRESS.CENTRE_NO how can I use ADDRESS.CENTRE_NO so that I don't get this error? Tom. ___ Zope maillist - [EMAIL

Re: [Zope] limiting tree

2000-10-25 Thread Chris Withers
"Bak @ kedai" wrote: hi all quickie: if dtml-in, i can use size to limit the results rendered, what do i use in dtml-tree? You don't, you run screaming for the hills ;-) I have a deep seated mistrust of the dtml-tree tag now after many bitter experiences. I'd recommend just writing an

Re: [Zope] use of objectValues() in DTML Methods vs. DTML Documents

2000-10-25 Thread Chris Withers
Mike Bannister wrote: Just for the heck of it I dropped that same code into a DTML Document in the same Folder and it didn't list the Files as I had expected. I understand pretty much the differences of Methods and Documents and I'm assuming the reason for this is related to the way the

Re: [Zope] How should a collection be in a Python product if i wantto trave rse it with dtml-in rse it with dtml-in

2000-10-25 Thread Chris Withers
Oleg Broytmann wrote: On Wed, 25 Oct 2000, [iso-8859-1] Max Møller Rasmussen wrote: class simple: def __init__(self, value): self.value = value theList = [simple(1), simple(2), simple(3), simple(4)] I would expect to be able to traverse it like below (The objects

Re: [Zope] OT:NT and rebooting (was:How many houres do I need tomanage a Zope) site?

2000-10-25 Thread Bak @ kedai
sorry if this is offtopic, but i see reference of rebooting every so often with NT( and maybe W2K). is this real? or FUD? i use linux myself and would like to confirm this from all you guys' experience Do I miss important tasks? Has anybody done this before? Yeah.. rebooting NT every 4 days.

RE: [Zope] Re: [Zope-dev] Task, Job or Operation?

2000-10-25 Thread Brian Lloyd
Unsafe has also been proposed. I do not like this either because it is not accurate. Simply because something dangerous, foolish or stupid can be done using this method type does not mean it will be. Are we to label all objects "unsafe" simply because of the capacity of harm? Safety is in

RE: [Zope] use of objectValues() in DTML Methods vs. DTML Documents

2000-10-25 Thread Ron Bickers
-Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]On Behalf Of Mike Bannister Sent: Wednesday, October 25, 2000 5:44 AM To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: [Zope] use of objectValues() in DTML Methods vs. DTML Documents Just for the heck of it I dropped that same

Re: [Zope] Re: [Zope-dev] Task, Job or Operation?

2000-10-25 Thread Jimmie Houchin
Ooops! Wrong list. Sorry. Will post to Zope-dev. Jimmie Houchin Jimmie Houchin wrote: [snip] ___ Zope maillist - [EMAIL PROTECTED] http://lists.zope.org/mailman/listinfo/zope ** No cross posts or HTML encoding! ** (Related lists -

[Zope] How small a box can zope run on?

2000-10-25 Thread Alexander Limi
Hi, Just a quick question: We are building some device controller software and to control those we have a normal 486 with 24MB RAM running linux. Has anybody tried running zope on such a modest setup? There is only going to be one or two users connected to Zope at once, so we don't need much

[Zope] AW: [Zope] dtml-var owner? author? editor?

2000-10-25 Thread Patrick Koetter
I want to include the owner (from acl_users) of a page in my HTML-output. dtml-var "AUTHENTICATED_USER.getUserName()" is what you want Not exactly. This only returns the AUTHENTICATED_USER, or am I wrong? What I want is: 'Anonymous User' surfs to my site. She surfs trough the HTML output

Re: [Zope] which python gets used ... ?

2000-10-25 Thread Hannu Krosing
Chris Withers wrote: Jonathan Cheyne wrote: So the question is: can I run zope using the stock RH6.2 distributions' own copy of python? If it's Python 1.5.2, then yes... there's probably instructiosn for this on Zope.org near the bits about insatlling Zope from source on Linux. IIRC

RE: [Zope] OT:NT and rebooting (was:How many houres do I need to manage a Zope) site?

2000-10-25 Thread Farrell, Troy
My 2 ZoNT (Zope on NT workstation) boxen haven't needed rebooting yet. They sit mostly idle with occasional light loads. They are P100/32MB/1.2GB old(er than dirt) Industrial Computer Supply boxes. You know, 19" rack mount 4U units. Good, solid, slow hardware. They survive NT rather well.

Re: [Zope] How small a box can zope run on?

2000-10-25 Thread J. Atwood
I have had it running on a Pentium 133 w/ 16 MB of RAM and it was actually doing ok. Not quick, per se, but ok. J From: "Alexander Limi" [EMAIL PROTECTED] Date: Wed, 25 Oct 2000 18:43:57 +0200 To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: [Zope] How small a box can zope run on? Hi, Just a quick

[Zope] newbie: comparing dates?

2000-10-25 Thread Georg Rellensmann
Hi all, another newbie-question: - I created a zclass with three date properties. - Now I´d like to display the most recent of these dates in directory-listings etc. QUESTION 1: How do I compare dates in dtml code? QUESTION 2: How do I exclude empty values from processing? (I

[Zope] deleting through iteration

2000-10-25 Thread Scott Burton
This seems as if it would work to delete all objects of a certain meta-type but it gives me an error. dtml-in "Catalog(meta_type='class_name')" dtml-call "manage_delObjects(id,[REQUEST])" /dtml-in The error is: Error Type: BadRequest Error Value: 971722944 does not exist Although, I know it

Re: [Zope] TinyTablePlus: Problems with quotation marks

2000-10-25 Thread andres
You have to identify the column as a "key" column for the setRow method to recognize an already existing one and modify it in place. You do this by adding a "*" at the end of the column name. In your case, Position* On Wed, Oct 25, 2000 at 05:33:23PM +0200, Danny William Adair wrote: I have

Re: [Zope] TinyTablePlus: Problems with quotation marks

2000-10-25 Thread Danny William Adair
worked like a charm, thank you very much! Danny -Ursprungliche Nachricht- Von: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]] Gesendet: Mittwoch, 25. Oktober 2000 20:24 An: Danny William Adair; [EMAIL PROTECTED] Betreff: Re: [Zope] TinyTablePlus: Problems with quotation marks You have

Re: [Zope] OT:NT and rebooting

2000-10-25 Thread Wolfgang Strobl
[...] To: trimmed to zope.org On 25 Oct 2000, 23:49 Bak @ kedai wrote: sorry if this is offtopic, but i see reference of rebooting every so often with NT( and maybe W2K). is this real? or FUD? i use linux myself and would like to confirm this from all you guys' experience It's FUD. I'M

Re: [Zope] OT:NT and rebooting (was:How many houres do I need to manage a Zope) site?

2000-10-25 Thread Rik Hoekstra
My 2 ZoNT (Zope on NT workstation) boxen haven't needed rebooting yet. They sit mostly idle with occasional light loads. They are P100/32MB/1.2GB old(er than dirt) Industrial Computer Supply boxes. You know, 19" rack mount 4U units. Good, solid, slow hardware. They survive NT rather well.

[Zope] Not grocking RESQUEST.set syntax

2000-10-25 Thread Noah
I'm still not grocking the syntax for setting REQUEST fields. I want to set a REQUEST field "filename" to be the value returned by a ZSQL call. I want something like this (pseudo-code of what I want): dtml-let FOO=MyFavoiteZSQLMethod dtml-call "REQUEST.set('filename', FOO)" dtml-call

[Zope] Is there a tool for pretty-formatting/indenting DTML code?

2000-10-25 Thread Chris Beaumont
I've been working with Zope for a bit now and I love it. However, a few of the tools I'm used to having with other scripting tools are missing in the Zope realm.. One thing I would very much like to have is a script that could go through a long DTML document and pretty-format the code, not

Re: [Zope] OT:NT and rebooting

2000-10-25 Thread J. Atwood
"Months without rebooting"? That is certainly not something to brag about. With three of my installations of Zope on Linux I have the machines at 194, 204 and 55 days of uptime (and the 55 was because of a bad powerstrip, the other others have been up since I brought them up). While NT can and

Re: [Zope] Calling form elements by name

2000-10-25 Thread Danny William Adair
Ok, dtml-let nameAsAString="'index_html'" dtml-var "_[nameAsAString]" /dtml-let works alright, even my longer (using a TinyTablePlus) dtml-in Items sort=Position dtml-let Prefix="'FormElement_'" thePos=Position

[Zope] Python product - inherittance

2000-10-25 Thread Petr Knapek
Hi Zopists, I have a problem with inherittance of my publishable python classes. I created in python classA and classB(classA) classA has functionA and classB has functionB. In __init__.py of my product I register only classB. My problem is that it is not possible to call functionA of an

Re: [Zope] OT:NT and rebooting

2000-10-25 Thread Rik Hoekstra
"Months without rebooting"? That is certainly not something to brag about. With three of my installations of Zope on Linux I have the machines at 194, 204 and 55 days of uptime (and the 55 was because of a bad powerstrip, the other others have been up since I brought them up). While NT

RE: [Zope] OT:NT and rebooting

2000-10-25 Thread Max M
From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]On Behalf Of It's FUD. I'M running Zope on two NT servers here, which run many months between reboots. I just checked - the Zope on the intranet server has an uptime of 34 days 8 hours 32 min 3 sec now. I must say that I agree. All in all for my

Re: [Zope] Not grocking RESQUEST.set syntax

2000-10-25 Thread Matt
try dtml-call "REQUEST.set('filename', FOO())" -Original Message- From: Noah [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [EMAIL PROTECTED] Date: Thursday, 26 October 2000 09:01 Subject: [Zope] Not grocking RESQUEST.set syntax I'm still not grocking the syntax for setting REQUEST fields.

Re: [Zope] deleting through iteration

2000-10-25 Thread Andy McKay
In a catalog, id is not the id of an object, data_record_id_ is. - Original Message - From: "Scott Burton" [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: "Zope List" [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Wednesday, October 25, 2000 11:19 AM Subject: [Zope] deleting through iteration This seems as if it would work to delete

Re: [Zope] Python product - inherittance

2000-10-25 Thread Andy McKay
Attribute error means it can find some value. Without some more information it is impossible to say. - Original Message - From: "Petr Knapek" [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Wednesday, October 25, 2000 1:02 PM Subject: [Zope] Python product - inherittance Hi Zopists, I

[Zope] [Fwd: [Zope] Not grocking RESQUEST.set syntax]

2000-10-25 Thread Daniel Rusch
Try: dtml-in MyFavoiteZSQLMethod dtml-call "REQUEST.set('filename', filename)" dtml-call some_other_thing_that_uses_filename /dtml-in This assumes that MyFavoiteZSQLMethod returns the variable filename Dan Noah wrote: I'm still not grocking the syntax for setting REQUEST fields. I

[Zope] ZFormulator

2000-10-25 Thread Spicklemire, Jerry
Hi Martijn, and Zope Fans, I'm using ZFormulator and having problems with permissions on Zope v.2. The sign-on dialog pops-up when a user attempts to edit a form, but the correct name and password are rejected. Has anyone found a little detail that needs tweking to get past this one?

Re: [Zope] Python product - inherittance

2000-10-25 Thread Ender
Petr Knapek wrote: Hi Zopists, I have a problem with inherittance of my publishable python classes. I created in python classA and classB(classA) classA has functionA and classB has functionB. In __init__.py of my product I register only classB. My problem is that it is not

Re: [Zope] Not grocking RESQUEST.set syntax

2000-10-25 Thread Ender
Noah wrote: I'm still not grocking the syntax for setting REQUEST fields. I want to set a REQUEST field "filename" to be the value returned by a ZSQL call. I want something like this (pseudo-code of what I want): dtml-let FOO=MyFavoiteZSQLMethod dtml-call "REQUEST.set('filename', FOO)"

Re: [Zope] OT:NT and rebooting

2000-10-25 Thread Wolfgang Strobl
On 25 Oct 2000, at 16:00, J. Atwood wrote: "Months without rebooting"? That is certainly not something to brag about. Huh? Did anybody? Certainly not me. :-{ In case I didn't make myself clear: for running Zope; I don't care much whether the OS needs a reboot every month, every year, or

[Zope] Filling Multiple Select Problem

2000-10-25 Thread Cesar A. K. Grossmann
Hi! I'm using the example at the "Filling MULTIPLE SELECT OPTION's with database lists", and a little step doesn't works. I heve the following in the DTML Method that fills two SELECT in a Web Form: (...) dtml-call "REQUEST.set('cadExportacao', [])" dtml-call "REQUEST.set('cadImportacao', [])"

Re: [Zope] OT:NT and rebooting

2000-10-25 Thread Bill Anderson
Wolfgang Strobl wrote: On 25 Oct 2000, at 16:00, J. Atwood wrote: "Months without rebooting"? That is certainly not something to brag about. Huh? Did anybody? Certainly not me. :-{ In case I didn't make myself clear: for running Zope; I don't care much whether the OS needs a

Re: [Zope] Not grocking RESQUEST.set syntax

2000-10-25 Thread Curtis Maloney
On Thu, 26 Oct 2000, Noah wrote: I'm still not grocking the syntax for setting REQUEST fields. I want to set a REQUEST field "filename" to be the value returned by a ZSQL call. I want something like this (pseudo-code of what I want): dtml-let FOO=MyFavoiteZSQLMethod dtml-call

[Zope] Folder-specific metatypes?

2000-10-25 Thread Nolan Darilek
I'm working on a product in Python which implements a folder, but restricts the metatypes of the objects which can be added. How, exactly, do I go about doing this? I've tried overriding the filtered_meta_types method, but I'm returning a list, and it seems that I should return a list of

[Zope] Zope python 2

2000-10-25 Thread Mark Twiddy
Hi all Is anyone using or know the current state of Zope with python 2.0 ? Thanks Joe ___ Zope maillist - [EMAIL PROTECTED] http://lists.zope.org/mailman/listinfo/zope ** No cross posts or HTML encoding! ** (Related lists -

Re: [Zope] Zope python 2

2000-10-25 Thread Curtis Maloney
On Thu, 26 Oct 2000, Mark Twiddy wrote: Hi all Is anyone using or know the current state of Zope with python 2.0 ? I've been somewhat curious about this myself. Will there need to be large changes now that strings are proper objects? (the string functions are now methods of strings). If