On 2009-12-30 15:06, Jens Vagelpohl wrote:
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> Hi all,
> I'm working on a PAS plugin and want to ensure it has GenericSetup
> support like the standard plugins. I'm running into issues trying to use
> GenericSetup in a manual test, though.
> With a setup_tool inside the PluggableAuthService instance I can create
> an export tarball when I select the "Contents: Export the PAS' registry
> and plugins" step explicitly and click "Export selected steps". However,
> I can't find a way to re-import this tarball.
> Separate note: On the "Import" tab I see a dropdown of extension
> profiles to select. Changing the selection here never affects the list
> of available import steps, though. This is confusing to me, but I may
> have misunderstood the purpose.
> So I am selecting my tarball into the upload field and click "Import
> uploaded tarball", which presents this traceback:
> Traceback (innermost last):
> Module ZPublisher.Publish, line 127, in publish
> Module ZPublisher.mapply, line 77, in mapply
> Module ZPublisher.Publish, line 47, in call_object
> Module Products.GenericSetup.tool, line 558, in manage_importTarball
> Module Products.GenericSetup.tool, line 331, in
> Module Products.GenericSetup.tool, line 1085, in
> Module Products.GenericSetup.tool, line 999, in _doRunImportStep
> - __traceback_info__: catalog
> Module Products.CMFCore.exportimport.catalog, line 28, in
> Module Products.CMFCore.utils, line 123, in getToolByName
> AttributeError: portal_catalog
I think that is a bug in importCatalogTool; it should not do anything if
portal_catalog does not exist. I'm a bit surprised it tries to do
anything at all; do you have a catalog.xml file in your profile perhaps?
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