Re: [Zope] Pluggable Brains

2005-08-07 Thread Dieter Maurer
David H wrote at 2005-8-6 13:12 -0700: I've been using pluggable brains in some zSQL classes. I have some questions! a) It seems if I initialize a variable in the __init__ method that variable, say self.callCount = 1 is not retained across calls, eg For efficiency reasons, the result row

Re: [Zope] pluggable brains

2000-11-03 Thread MANUEL JOSE AMADOR BRIZ
What is this ZClass binding for? What\'s its purpose? Quoting Philipp Auersperg [EMAIL PROTECTED]: For ZSQL Methods it is possible to bind a ZClass to the records. These can be selected from te combo box labeled \'ZClass\' in the \'advanced\' tab of the SQLMethod\'s management screen,

Re: [Zope] pluggable brains

2000-10-30 Thread Philipp Auersperg
I already found the answer myself: one can only use ZClasses as pluggable brains that are NOT persistent!! phil*** REPLY SEPARATOR ***On 31.10.2000 at 05:05 Philipp Auersperg wrote: For ZSQL Methods it is possible to bind a ZClass to the records. These can be

RE: [Zope] Pluggable brains

2000-09-15 Thread Stuart Foster
/dd /dtml-in /dl dtml-var standard_html_footer -Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]On Behalf Of Dieter Maurer Sent: Thursday, September 14, 2000 1:40 PM To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Cc: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: Re: [Zope] Pluggable

RE: [Zope] Pluggable brains

2000-09-15 Thread Dieter Maurer
Stuart Foster writes: Below is a snippet from a document that was suggested however It's not clear how the data is "Wrapped" by the class. Can someone explain this. I would be will to document it if I can figure this out. You wrap via the "Advanced Tab" of a Z SQL method. Dieter

Re: [Zope] Pluggable brains

2000-09-14 Thread Dieter Maurer
[EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Is there a place where pluggable brains mechanism is described ? I forgot where I saw a description. But it is incredibly simple: You can wrap an arbitrary class instance around your database rows. This transforms your rows into full featured objects with the

Re: [Zope] Pluggable brains

2000-09-14 Thread Andreas
[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Is there a place where pluggable brains mechanism is described ? I am beginning a Zope site project. With the few I have read about pluggable brains, I feel that more info could help me in deciding which part of data has to stay in ZODB and which should go inside

[Zope] (Fwd) Re: [Zope] Pluggable brains aren't seen by first-nnn in - SOLUTION

2000-08-05 Thread Brad Clements
On 4 Aug 2000, at 22:10, Dieter Maurer wrote: Brad Clements writes: However first-eventday is ALWAYS true, however when I print dtml- eventday; the output value is always the same for each row, so first- eventday shouldn't be true on any row except the first. Almost surely, the