I've looked through the mailing list archives and saw one
individual who had this problem but seemed to be able to fix it by
removing and then re-installing SiteAccess. I haven't been that lucky.
I have just freshly installed Zope 2.2.0 on a Red Hat Linux 6.2
machine. The first thing I did after installing Zope was start it up to
verify that I can access it (http://localhost:8080/.) Everything works
fine. I then stop Zope and install SiteAccess by untaring in the Products
directory. I restart Zope. SiteAccess is listed in the products section.
I then proceed to add a SiteRoot object in my / folder. After
filling in the fields in the creation screen, I press create. At that
point I get an error stating that the folder already has a SiteRoot object
(even though I am POSITIVE there wasn't one when I started.) I press OK,
and the SiteRoot object is there in the folder. However, when I access
the / folder with my browser, none of the URLs are modified as I expect
them to be.
I have tried removing and re-installing SiteAccess, as well as
blowing away my Zope install and re-installing. Neither has worked.
Furthermore, when I go to delete the SiteRoot object from the
directory, I get the following errors:
2000-07-20T17:17:27 ERROR(200) Zope manage_beforeDelete() threw Traceback
File /usr/local/EMtech-Zope/lib/python/OFS/ObjectManager.py, line 294,
in _del Object
line 4 5, in manage_beforeDelete
(Object: SiteRoot) AttributeError: meta
Can anybody help me with this?
Michael Monsen | Due to lack of interest,
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