Rik Hoekstra writes:

> Thanks a lot Jason,
> I'll try it (though i'd swear I tried something very much alike)
> >
> >This currently adds recursive ZClasses for me.  All ZClasses are on the top
> >level of the Product, no nesting:
> >
> >     <dtml-with "manage_addProduct['ZGL']">
> >      <dtml-with
> >"ComponentClass.createInObjectManager(_.getitem('unique_id', 1), REQUEST)">
> hm, what is the 1 in the getitem argument doing there? Never used that
> before...

I am using it to render the document, not just get me the code.  The
document is a DTMLMethod that renders a Zope install unique id based on the

> >I cut a few things out that didn't have to do with the recursing, but you
> >bet the general picture.
> >
> Yes I bet it (sorry couldn't resist)

Yeah, like this is the most complex DTML you've ever seen.  ;)

> thanks again, and i'll let you know if it works. It would be highly
> inconsistent if it would work from one product folder (a different from the
> current one) and not for the other (the current). So I think this deserves
> some more digging.

But it wouldn't totally suprize me.

All my best,

Jason Spisak
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