--- Somebody wrote: Of course, the best solution would be for the 'magic' lookup to be optional... Alright, I've not a zope master, but isn't this already provided generically with: dtml-with SESSION only All these arguments leave me a little confused: As a newbie, I read the zope
--- Chris McDonough [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I sympathize with the need to convert all your scripts over to use sessioning from hidden form-field encoding and the like... I'd really appreciate some input as to what kinds of problems you're trying to solve with sessioning. I don't have any
d. Thanks! P.S. Does anyone else think this facility would be useful? Bob Sidebotham [EMAIL PROTECTED] __ Do You Yahoo!? Yahoo! Photos - Share your holiday photos online! http://photos.yahoo.com/ ___ Zope
want to do something like "SESSION.varname". Is this something that can be wrapped on top of the existing interface? Bob Sidebotham [EMAIL PROTECTED] __ Do You Yahoo!? Yahoo! Photos - Share your holiday photos online! http://photos
The advantage of the last form (below), is that you can use acquisition, and don't need to know whether the variable came from the session or from elsewhere. If you *really* want it to come from the session only, you can always add the "only" tag to the dtml-with call. In conjunction with this,
yntax. So I guess I'm arguing that the read case and write cases are fundamentally different, that you basically want to support the introduction of session variables into the namespace for read purposes through acquisition, and it's (marginally) OK if read/write don't share the same syntax.
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After much playing around I determined that the problem was Python 2.0. I downgraded zope to 2.2.4 and still had the identical problem with python 2.0. Then when I downgraded python to 1.5.2 the problem finally went away. Bob --- Aleksander Salwa [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Keep in mind that the