Ok, here's the situation. I create a folderish object. I insert some info into the postgresql database related to this folderish object. I create a ZPopy database connection within this folderish object. All of this is done through a python method. If I do a query using this new database
I have one unsolved mystery left. What I am trying to do is print the titles from the DTML Documents in the 'artikelen' folder (and actually another property called 'inleiding'. I believe the code below should do this, but it does not work. It returns 'Zope' instead of the title. If I use
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I get errors when sequence-item is being called to list the contents of a folder E.g. dtml-in "(1,2,3)" reverse dtml-var sequence-item /dtml-in correctly outputs 3 2 1 When I do dtml-in "folder.objectValues()" dtml-var id /dtml-in it correctly outputs all ids in the
ss (or the ZClass) from DTMLMethod, but I didn't need the DTMLMethod itself to be persistent. Also, I'm not sure how to intercept __call__ and pas it on to the DTMLMethod. It's a little ugly, but it works. It would be nice to be able to just say dtml-var myclassObjectName in zope and have it
Is it possible to return dtml from python, and have it rendered correctly on the page? for example, the python might look like this... def get_header(somevar=1): if somevar==1: return 'dtml-var standard_html_header' else: return 'dtml-var other_html_header' The dtml document in the
We've had the same problem, Michael Pelletier addressed this question in a previous post, Check out: http://www.egroups.com/message/zope/29589?start=29498 To summarize, 'Zope doesn't like it if there is no html tags before the DTML begins.' To fix our problem, we simply make sure that a html