As I said, when the url is quoted there is no problem.
causes no problems. The above object is sitting happily inside Zope with a
question mark at the end. I had to let the bad_id check let it pass but is
there any reason why it shouldn't?
> -----Original Message-----
> From: David C. Kankiewicz [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]
> Sent: Thursday, August 10, 2000 3:52 PM
> To: Jay, Dylan
> Subject: Re: [Zope-dev] OFS.objectManager checking object Ids
> "Jay, Dylan" wrote:
> > This seems to be a new thing in Zope 2.2, however it is breaking
> > functionality that I had before. I was able to add objects
> with ids that had
> > a "?" in them. This gets quoted in links and seems to be
> handled fine by
> > zope (both 2.2 and older versions). Why can't I have
> question marks in my
> > objects then? Should I submit the inclusion of a the "?" as
> a valid char in
> > and id as a bug?
> The reason is related to the URL to your object could be
> misinterpreted as a 'get' method...
> The '?' means place the names:values in REQUEST, if the object has a
> '?' in its id anything after it would be interpreted has such and zope
> would try to publish a object with the id minus the '?' and anything
> after it (which probably doesn't exist...).
> Did you ever run into the above problem with the id 'names?'? No pun
> intended ;).
> I curious, maybe you were using for just this reason?
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