It's much easier for me to see this if you send it to [EMAIL PROTECTED]
You are still having this problem? Do you get a traceback of any kind?
--On 05/09/01 10:18:02 +1000 [EMAIL PROTECTED] chiseled:
I'm trying to upload a .zexp to a product release (Add Product Release)
and it's not
I've started to program a pivot table.
Therefore I've created three classes:
ZPivotTable, Row and Cell.
The ZPivotTable class contains a set of Row classes, stored in a dictionary, as well
as the Row classes contain a set of Cell classes stored in a dictionary.
Now I am debugging
without even looking at the code, when you use simple data types (lists,
dictionaries, etc) to store your data you have to make sure that the
persistence machinery gets tickled the right way whenever you update values.
with those simple storage datatypes it won't know things have
thanks for your reply. It helped me a lot.
Do you have me a tip how I can get all Z SQL Methods in an selection field.
I've found the superValues('Z SQL Method') function, but I'm having problems
using it, because it can only be used in python.
So how can I get the result returned from
as far as i know you can call superValues from DTML. it returns a list of
objects. you could do something like this:
dtml-in expr=folder_name.superValues(['Meta Type 1', 'Meta Type 2'])
thank you very much for your help. Now I've only get to work out how to get the
results of the
query inside my Pivot table, so I can compute them.
On Sun, May 13, 2001 at 11:22:14AM -0400, Jens Vagelpohl wrote:
as far as i know you can call superValues
This is true in the ZODB, but can be complicated by acquisition. If an
object can acquire itself, it can cause issues. Plus it becomes
difficult to know whether objects are clones or just identical
instances, although this can be mitigated by exposing their Python
Probably I'm daft because it is Friday night, but AFAIK ZODB and most
store an object only once, keyed by its object id. The rest is just
through that oid, so objects that belong to more than one container can be
added to all these containers and n:m relations are
On 13/5/01 8:04 pm, Chris Withers [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
What's the UI like into this? If it's good, and you'd be willing to ship us
the code and pre-loaded data, I think arms could be twisted here to host and
maintain thos in favour of our curent Lotus Notes archives.
I can feel my arm
Yes, it is entirely with cookies, and we are using frames, although the
there's only one sub-frame accessing the session object (that's where we
show the shopping cart).
From: Chris McDonough [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]
Sent: Saturday, May 12, 2001 23:18
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