Philipp von Weitershausen wrote:

Martin Aspeli wrote:
Philipp von Weitershausen wrote:
*sigh* Chapter XYZ in my book explains the process :). Whenever you traverse over a site, its site manager becomes the active component registry. So if you haven't traversed over that site yet, the utilities in that site won't be found. It's that simple.
So specifically, when I'm in the root of the ZMI, tick a CMF/Plone site and
press Delete, will I be traversing over it or not?

Of course not. Your URL doesn't reach as far as the CMF/Plone site.

Well, then that'd be our problem, wouldn't it. If I'm understanding this problem correctly, no code in CMF or Plone that could potentially execute during deletion can ever assume local components will be available (unless explicitly passing a context parameter, I suppose).



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