Hi all, I have found a bug with Transpüarent FolderPatch and ZopeSecurity. Let me explain my structure. root: folder 1: foo: bar: foobar: foo 1: bar 1: Let me say that folder 1 is a normal Folder, foo and bar and foo 1 and bar 1 are
Excellent! I haven't looked at it in detail, but thanks very much for contributing it! Maybe we can roll some of this work into a position-aware Text Index, or maybe even a new kind of Pluggable Index. - C - Original Message - From: Erik Enge [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: Chris McDonough
Has anybody seen a product that lets you make the equivalent of a symbolic link in unix in the Zope DB? Thanks, Tim _ Tim McLaughlin iterationZERO - www.iterationzero.com 703-481-2233 ___ Zope-Dev
Has anybody seen a product that lets you make the equivalent of a symbolic link in unix in the Zope DB? http://www.zope.org/Members/hathawsh/Symlink (VERY experimental ...) Joachim ___ Zope-Dev maillist - [EMAIL PROTECTED]
OK, the code below worked fine in 2.3.1 .. === user_ids=context.getUserNames() users= for i in user_ids: activity=context.UserSource.getItem(i).Active if activity==1: state='Active' else: state='Inactive'
Bjorn Stabell wrote: Is it possible to append an object to the namespace? Isn't that what dtml-with does? It does, but there's some magic involved (non-mapping objects have to be wrapped in an adaptor first) and it uses an interface that isn't available in a restricted code environment