[Zope] Want to access ZClass Instance from external program

2000-10-17 Thread Jon Prettyman
I have a folder containing a bunch of ZClass instances that I want to access from an external (non-web) python application. I need to be able to read the values of the instance properties. Is there a way to do this with the ZClient stuff? If not, what can I use. If yes, any pointers? -jon

Re: [Zope] Want to access ZClass Instance from external program

2000-10-18 Thread Jon Prettyman
Well, I've gotten xmlprclib and fixed it up so I can talk to my server. So far I can retrieve objectIds and retrieve objects via an objectid, but I can't figure out how to get to the property sheets. Here's what I've got: server = Server( "http://jonprettyman.com" ) print server for k,v in

Re: [Zope] Want to access ZClass Instance from external program

2000-10-18 Thread Jon Prettyman
title base Both of these are properties of server.EBQ. -jon Ender [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Jon Prettyman wrote: Well, I've gotten xmlprclib and fixed it up so I can talk to my server. So far I can retrieve objectIds and retrieve objects via an objectid, but I can't figure out how to get to

Re: [Zope] ZSQL Method AUTHENTICATED_USER

2000-10-18 Thread Jon Prettyman
I'm pretty sure that all variables have to be passed in explicitly with SQLMethods. Namespaces are not passed in. Try specifying username as an argument in the ZSQLMethods edit form and pass it in like this: dtml-in expr= "lookup_by_username(username=REQUEST.AUTHENTICATED_USER.getUserName()"

Re: [Zope] Want to access ZClass Instance from external program

2000-10-19 Thread Jon Prettyman
This works like a charm. Thanks much for the help. -jon Ender [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Sorry Jon, i've lead you down a slippery slope... unlike ttw dtml-methods and the rest of zope which relies on the security context soley, for a filesys python method to be exposed through the web

[Zope] Help with general purpose ZSQL Method

2000-11-03 Thread Jon Prettyman
I want to write a generic table browser ZSQL method and am having trouble getting the output that I want. Given a ZSQLMethod that looks like this: ID:browse_table Arguments: table:string="" Script: SELECT * FROM dtml-var table I'm trying to write a DTML method to display the results of

[Zope] Another Aiieee.....

2000-11-03 Thread Jon Prettyman
I am once again encountering the mysterious Aiieee error with core dumps from Zope/Python on a Solaris boxen. SunOS sparky 5.7 Generic_106541-08 sun4m sparc SUNW,SPARCstation-20 Python 1.5.2 (#1, Oct 24 2000, 11:56:43) [GCC 2.8.1] on sunos5 Zope-2.2.2 DCOracle 1.3.2 448M ram I get the

Re: [Zope] Zope eating CPU/RAM - how do I find the culprit?

2000-12-29 Thread Jon Prettyman
Are you using ZSQLMethods by any chance? -jon [EMAIL PROTECTED] (Cees de Groot) writes: Our production Zope machine has developed a habit over Christmas where it starts eating CPU and RAM (one Python thread on 100% CPU time, and I've seen kernel messages indicating that Zope was killed

Re: [Zope] Zope eating CPU/RAM - how do I find the culprit?

2000-12-30 Thread Jon Prettyman
of leaked instances of SQLAlias causing our memory usage to skyrocket. -jon [EMAIL PROTECTED] (Cees de Groot) writes: Jon Prettyman [EMAIL PROTECTED] said: Are you using ZSQLMethods by any chance? Yes, why? (I think I've fixed /this/ problem, but if ZSQLMethods will cause similar behaviour I'd

Re: [Zope] Question: How to generate a core file in Solaris 2.6

2001-01-03 Thread Jon Prettyman
I had a similar problem quite some time ago. I never could get a core file to generate, but since the crash occured so often, I was able to attach gdb (GNU debugger) to the process and was able to see the segmentation violation that was occurring. I never did figure out why I couldn't get a

Re: [Zope] FTP Woes and no answer

2001-01-12 Thread Jon Prettyman
Try using PASSIVE mode for your FTP client. Did someone perchance put a firewall up between you and your server? -jon "J. Atwood" [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: I have FTP'd into Zope before. No problems but all of a sudden it seems like neither I nor the people I am working with can FTP in with

Re: [Zope-dev] SQLAlias Memory Leak?

2000-12-06 Thread Jon Prettyman
I've seen this as well under DCOracle. -jon Dyon Balding [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: OK, I've had more of a hack at this, and I've narrowed the problem down a little. It appears that any access to an SQLAlias object causes it to not be correctly released. The SQLAlias objects means that

Re: [Zope-dev] SQLAlias Memory Leak?

2000-12-19 Thread Jon Prettyman
The leaking SQLAlias I see is coming from: Shared.DC.ZRDB.Results I'm going to try the same type of fix in there and see what happens. -jon "Brian Lloyd" [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: oops - I sent that before I had my coffee. I should have attached the checkin version, not the broken one