Edmund Goppelt wrote:
> Ok, I know there's a howto with a working solution to this problem,
> but this is *still* killing me:
> How does one add a ZClass Instance in a way analagous to adding, say,
> a DTML Document in a Python script?
> With the dtml document, it's easy:
> container.manage_addProduct['OFSP'].addDTMLDocument('anid', 'atitle','a file')
> I've tried the following, which don't work, as well as a variety of
> permutations and combinations involving container & context.
> constructor.Bill_add(None, context)
> constructor.Bill_add(container, cons, REQUEST)
> # Is this how one sets the REQUEST variable from a script? Can the
> # REQUEST variable be set from any valid Zope object, e.g,:
> # Anywhere.Anyobject.REQUEST.set('dfkjd', 123) will change the
> # variable dfkjd in the REQUEST object?
> container.REQUEST.set('id', '9389483484')
> container.REQUEST.set('title', 'a title')
> The problem seems to have something to do with the getting the
> contexts right and getting the REQUEST info. passed to the
> constructor, but I'm just guessing at this point.
> Bill_add is the standard dtml method constructor created by the ZClass product.
self = self.this()
ob = self.Control_Panel.Products.SomeProduct.SomeZClass(id)
...Other inits such as property sheets, etc...
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