whilst trying out some Zope 3 stuff (implementedBy, providedBy) I managed to screw up some portal objects but I'm not quite sure how and I've no idea how to fix them.

I effectively did something like:

for obj in folder.contentValues:
        if IMyInterface.implementedBy(obj):

If I understand things correctly this should not affect the objects themselves at all but it does and leads to the following error when I subsequently try and access them.

Traceback (most recent call last):
File "/opt/Zope-2.10/lib/python/ZODB/Connection.py", line 761, in setstate
File "/opt/Zope-2.10/lib/python/ZODB/Connection.py", line 819, in _setstate
    self._reader.setGhostState(obj, p)
File "/opt/Zope-2.10/lib/python/ZODB/serialize.py", line 604, in setGhostState
    state = self.getState(pickle)
File "/opt/Zope-2.10/lib/python/ZODB/serialize.py", line 597, in getState
    return unpickler.load()
File "/opt/Zope-2.10/lib/python/zope/interface/declarations.py", line 352, in implementedByFallback
    raise TypeError("ImplementedBy called for non-factory", cls)
TypeError: (<exceptions.TypeError instance at 0x348cc88>, <built-in function implementedBy>, (<Container at >,))

Any idea how I can fix this?

It turns out that I need to use .providedBy() rather than .implementedBy() although I'm not too clear of the distinction.

Charlie Clark
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