> I was playing with using zc.formlib and five to create some content
> types - not exactly ahead of the curve, I know. I have it all working
> fine for basic edit/add forms.
> I want to replace one of the operations in a site that is a multi-page
> "wizard" with something based on zc.formlib. Previously, the entire
> process is part of one view class, as it shares a lot of logic. Is
> there an elegant way to do this rather than creating 3 separate forms?
> What's the "preferred" method for achieving a multipage form.
Not sure you can call it 'preferred' but IIRC z3c.form has been
developed with that particular use case in mind (and many others)
also gives pointers to how z3c.form is used, extended, how it is
used in Zope 2 (plone.z3cform - don't be confused by the name: this
isn't Plone specific, it's "just" contributed by the Plone community)
and to applications using it.
> I googled for examples, but didn't find anything relevant to this.
> Thanks for your help,
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