[Zope3-dev] Re: strange behavior of intid-utility

2006-11-18 Thread Jürgen Kartnaller

Hi Tom.

The NotYet exception tells you, that the object you (or in this case the 
IntId utility) want to get a key refence for is not Not Yet connected 
to a database.


Your specific case is reported here : 
http://zope.org/Collectors/Zope3-dev/463


Jürgen

Tom Gross wrote:

Here is the traceback:

Error in test test_withoutintids 
(myproduct.ftests.test_wf.WorkflowTestCase)

Traceback (most recent call last):
 File /usr/lib/python2.4/unittest.py, line 260, in run
   testMethod()
 File /mnt/zope/ldev/var/zope/lib/python/myproduct/ftests.py, line 20, 
in test_withoutintids

   basic='mgr:mgrpw')
 File 
/mnt/zope/ldev/app/zope3/lib/python/zope/app/testing/functional.py, 
line 357, in publish

   publish(request, handle_errors=handle_errors)
 File /mnt/zope/ldev/app/zope3/lib/python/zope/publisher/publish.py, 
line 133, in publish

   result = publication.callObject(request, obj)
 File 
/mnt/zope/ldev/app/zope3/lib/python/zope/app/publication/zopepublication.py, 
line 161, in callObject

   return mapply(ob, request.getPositionalArguments(), request)
 File /mnt/zope/ldev/app/zope3/lib/python/zope/publisher/publish.py, 
line 108, in mapply

   return debug_call(obj, args)
 File /mnt/zope/ldev/app/zope3/lib/python/zope/publisher/publish.py, 
line 114, in debug_call

   return obj(*args)
 File 
/mnt/zope/ldev/app/zope3/lib/python/zope/app/container/browser/adding.py, 
line 142, in action

   content = factory()
 File /mnt/zope/ldev/app/zope3/lib/python/zope/component/factory.py, 
line 37, in __call__

   return self._callable(*args, **kw)
 File 
/mnt/zope/ldev/app/zope3/lib/python/zope/app/workflow/stateful/definition.py, 
line 115, in __init__

   self.__states[self.getInitialStateName()] = initial
 File 
/mnt/zope/ldev/app/zope3/lib/python/zope/app/workflow/definition.py, 
line 87, in __setitem__

   setitem(self, self.__data.__setitem__, name, object)
 File 
/mnt/zope/ldev/app/zope3/lib/python/zope/app/container/contained.py, 
line 593, in setitem

   notify(event)
 File /mnt/zope/ldev/app/zope3/lib/python/zope/event/__init__.py, line 
23, in notify

   subscriber(event)
 File /mnt/zope/ldev/app/zope3/lib/python/zope/component/event.py, 
line 26, in dispatch

   for ignored in zope.component.subscribers(event, None):
 File /mnt/zope/ldev/app/zope3/lib/python/zope/component/_api.py, line 
130, in subscribers

   return sitemanager.subscribers(objects, interface)
 File /mnt/zope/ldev/app/zope3/lib/python/zope/component/registry.py, 
line 290, in subscribers

   return self.adapters.subscribers(objects, provided)
 File /mnt/zope/ldev/app/zope3/lib/python/zope/interface/adapter.py, 
line 535, in subscribers

   subscription(*objects)
 File /mnt/zope/ldev/app/zope3/lib/python/zope/component/event.py, 
line 33, in objectEventNotify

   adapters = zope.component.subscribers((event.object, event), None)
 File /mnt/zope/ldev/app/zope3/lib/python/zope/component/_api.py, line 
130, in subscribers

   return sitemanager.subscribers(objects, interface)
 File /mnt/zope/ldev/app/zope3/lib/python/zope/component/registry.py, 
line 290, in subscribers

   return self.adapters.subscribers(objects, provided)
 File /mnt/zope/ldev/app/zope3/lib/python/zope/interface/adapter.py, 
line 535, in subscribers

   subscription(*objects)
 File /mnt/zope/ldev/app/zope3/lib/python/zope/app/intid/__init__.py, 
line 163, in addIntIdSubscriber

   key = IKeyReference(ob, None)
 File /mnt/zope/ldev/app/zope3/lib/python/zope/app/component/hooks.py, 
line 96, in adapter_hook

   return siteinfo.adapter_hook(interface, object, name, default)
 File /mnt/zope/ldev/app/zope3/lib/python/zope/security/adapter.py, 
line 88, in __call__

   adapter = self.factory(*args)
 File 
/mnt/zope/ldev/app/zope3/lib/python/zope/app/keyreference/persistent.py, 
line 41, in __init__

   raise zope.app.keyreference.interfaces.NotYet(object)
NotYet: zope.app.workflow.stateful.definition.State object at 0xb47b786c


Philipp von Weitershausen wrote:

Tom Gross wrote:
   I have a site with some utilities. One is a 
zope.app.intid.UniqueIdUtility, which seems to be the cause of the 
problem (see the test). A NotYet-Exception is raised, when I try to 
add a zope.app.workflow.StatefulProcessDefinition-object to the 
container with the utilities. I can add a 
StatefulProcessDefinition-object to an empty container. I'm using 
Zope 3.3 and Python 2.4.3.


Got a traceback handy? (Remember: any error description should *always 
be acocmpanied by a traceback, otherwise it's not very useful)


I have a suspicion as to what this is about (something's missing a 
__parent__ attribute), but I'd like to see the traceback first for 
confirmation. Yes, I could execute the test somehow, but that would 
take me a couple of minutes on my slow machine, and you already know 
what the error is, so you can just as well describe it to me in detail 
:). Note that providing a test is highly appreciated as it helps with 
the reproduceability of the problem...








[Zope3-dev] Re: strange behavior of intid-utility

2006-11-17 Thread Tom Gross

Hi Philipp,

   I have a site with some utilities. One is a 
zope.app.intid.UniqueIdUtility, which seems to be the cause of the 
problem (see the test). A NotYet-Exception is raised, when I try to add 
a zope.app.workflow.StatefulProcessDefinition-object to the container 
with the utilities. I can add a StatefulProcessDefinition-object to an 
empty container. I'm using Zope 3.3 and Python 2.4.3.


Cheers
-Tom

Philipp von Weitershausen wrote:

Tom Gross wrote:
   the presence of a intid-utility gives a strange behavior when 
adding other objects to a zope3 container.

(test attached)


What's the error/failure? Please be more specific as to what the 
actual problem is.





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[Zope3-dev] Re: strange behavior of intid-utility

2006-11-17 Thread Philipp von Weitershausen

Tom Gross wrote:
   I have a site with some utilities. One is a 
zope.app.intid.UniqueIdUtility, which seems to be the cause of the 
problem (see the test). A NotYet-Exception is raised, when I try to add 
a zope.app.workflow.StatefulProcessDefinition-object to the container 
with the utilities. I can add a StatefulProcessDefinition-object to an 
empty container. I'm using Zope 3.3 and Python 2.4.3.


Got a traceback handy? (Remember: any error description should *always 
be acocmpanied by a traceback, otherwise it's not very useful)


I have a suspicion as to what this is about (something's missing a 
__parent__ attribute), but I'd like to see the traceback first for 
confirmation. Yes, I could execute the test somehow, but that would take 
me a couple of minutes on my slow machine, and you already know what the 
error is, so you can just as well describe it to me in detail :). Note 
that providing a test is highly appreciated as it helps with the 
reproduceability of the problem...



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[Zope3-dev] Re: strange behavior of intid-utility

2006-11-17 Thread Tom Gross

Here is the traceback:

Error in test test_withoutintids (myproduct.ftests.test_wf.WorkflowTestCase)
Traceback (most recent call last):
 File /usr/lib/python2.4/unittest.py, line 260, in run
   testMethod()
 File /mnt/zope/ldev/var/zope/lib/python/myproduct/ftests.py, line 
20, in test_withoutintids

   basic='mgr:mgrpw')
 File 
/mnt/zope/ldev/app/zope3/lib/python/zope/app/testing/functional.py, 
line 357, in publish

   publish(request, handle_errors=handle_errors)
 File /mnt/zope/ldev/app/zope3/lib/python/zope/publisher/publish.py, 
line 133, in publish

   result = publication.callObject(request, obj)
 File 
/mnt/zope/ldev/app/zope3/lib/python/zope/app/publication/zopepublication.py, 
line 161, in callObject

   return mapply(ob, request.getPositionalArguments(), request)
 File /mnt/zope/ldev/app/zope3/lib/python/zope/publisher/publish.py, 
line 108, in mapply

   return debug_call(obj, args)
 File /mnt/zope/ldev/app/zope3/lib/python/zope/publisher/publish.py, 
line 114, in debug_call

   return obj(*args)
 File 
/mnt/zope/ldev/app/zope3/lib/python/zope/app/container/browser/adding.py, 
line 142, in action

   content = factory()
 File /mnt/zope/ldev/app/zope3/lib/python/zope/component/factory.py, 
line 37, in __call__

   return self._callable(*args, **kw)
 File 
/mnt/zope/ldev/app/zope3/lib/python/zope/app/workflow/stateful/definition.py, 
line 115, in __init__

   self.__states[self.getInitialStateName()] = initial
 File 
/mnt/zope/ldev/app/zope3/lib/python/zope/app/workflow/definition.py, 
line 87, in __setitem__

   setitem(self, self.__data.__setitem__, name, object)
 File 
/mnt/zope/ldev/app/zope3/lib/python/zope/app/container/contained.py, 
line 593, in setitem

   notify(event)
 File /mnt/zope/ldev/app/zope3/lib/python/zope/event/__init__.py, 
line 23, in notify

   subscriber(event)
 File /mnt/zope/ldev/app/zope3/lib/python/zope/component/event.py, 
line 26, in dispatch

   for ignored in zope.component.subscribers(event, None):
 File /mnt/zope/ldev/app/zope3/lib/python/zope/component/_api.py, 
line 130, in subscribers

   return sitemanager.subscribers(objects, interface)
 File /mnt/zope/ldev/app/zope3/lib/python/zope/component/registry.py, 
line 290, in subscribers

   return self.adapters.subscribers(objects, provided)
 File /mnt/zope/ldev/app/zope3/lib/python/zope/interface/adapter.py, 
line 535, in subscribers

   subscription(*objects)
 File /mnt/zope/ldev/app/zope3/lib/python/zope/component/event.py, 
line 33, in objectEventNotify

   adapters = zope.component.subscribers((event.object, event), None)
 File /mnt/zope/ldev/app/zope3/lib/python/zope/component/_api.py, 
line 130, in subscribers

   return sitemanager.subscribers(objects, interface)
 File /mnt/zope/ldev/app/zope3/lib/python/zope/component/registry.py, 
line 290, in subscribers

   return self.adapters.subscribers(objects, provided)
 File /mnt/zope/ldev/app/zope3/lib/python/zope/interface/adapter.py, 
line 535, in subscribers

   subscription(*objects)
 File /mnt/zope/ldev/app/zope3/lib/python/zope/app/intid/__init__.py, 
line 163, in addIntIdSubscriber

   key = IKeyReference(ob, None)
 File 
/mnt/zope/ldev/app/zope3/lib/python/zope/app/component/hooks.py, line 
96, in adapter_hook

   return siteinfo.adapter_hook(interface, object, name, default)
 File /mnt/zope/ldev/app/zope3/lib/python/zope/security/adapter.py, 
line 88, in __call__

   adapter = self.factory(*args)
 File 
/mnt/zope/ldev/app/zope3/lib/python/zope/app/keyreference/persistent.py, 
line 41, in __init__

   raise zope.app.keyreference.interfaces.NotYet(object)
NotYet: zope.app.workflow.stateful.definition.State object at 0xb47b786c


Philipp von Weitershausen wrote:

Tom Gross wrote:
   I have a site with some utilities. One is a 
zope.app.intid.UniqueIdUtility, which seems to be the cause of the 
problem (see the test). A NotYet-Exception is raised, when I try to 
add a zope.app.workflow.StatefulProcessDefinition-object to the 
container with the utilities. I can add a 
StatefulProcessDefinition-object to an empty container. I'm using 
Zope 3.3 and Python 2.4.3.


Got a traceback handy? (Remember: any error description should *always 
be acocmpanied by a traceback, otherwise it's not very useful)


I have a suspicion as to what this is about (something's missing a 
__parent__ attribute), but I'd like to see the traceback first for 
confirmation. Yes, I could execute the test somehow, but that would 
take me a couple of minutes on my slow machine, and you already know 
what the error is, so you can just as well describe it to me in detail 
:). Note that providing a test is highly appreciated as it helps with 
the reproduceability of the problem...





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[Zope3-dev] Re: strange behavior of intid-utility

2006-11-16 Thread Philipp von Weitershausen

Tom Gross wrote:
   the presence of a intid-utility gives a strange behavior when adding 
other objects to a zope3 container.

(test attached)


What's the error/failure? Please be more specific as to what the actual 
problem is.



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