On May 15, 2008, at 10:31 PM, Martin Aspeli wrote:
Tim Terlegård wrote:
I was wondering if it perhaps would make sense to move the
ActionSucceededEvent notification after the reindexing of the
workflow status has been done?
doActionFor(...) calls _invokeWithNotification(...) and the bottom
of that method looks like this:
def _invokeWithNotification(self, wfs, ob, action, func, args, kw):
for w in wfs:
w.notifySuccess(ob, action, res)
notify(ActionSucceededEvent(ob, w, action, res))
In an event handler I would like to use the catalog and search for
objects, but it's not possible because the catalog is updated
after the event
handler is triggered.
That shouldn't matter, though - you get the object as part of the
event, no need to search for it.
The grandparent of the object is doing a catalog search, so the object
currently got a new workflow state isn't found.
The whole use case:
I have an 'is_empty' index that is based on catalog searches. When
doesn't contain any published objects it's considered empty. When
is changed on object docB, going from visible to published, I need to
the object, and also the parent and the grandparent etc. So when the
change event handler for docB calls
it will not find docB because the catalog does not reflect the state
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