Look for the PathHandler product on zope.org:
http://www.zope.org/Members/NIP/PathHandler

or the AccessRule symlink recipe in zopelabs.com:
http://www.zopelabs.com/cookbook/1003844578

Also, if you acces an URL that 'walks thru' a PythonScript, say:

http://example.com/path/to/MyPythonScript/some/extra/path

the MyPythonScript PythonScript will be called and will possess a
variable 'traverse_subpath' (depending on what you set on the 'Bindings'
tab) with the list of path segments after it's own name (in this case
['some','extra','path']

On Tue, 2002-03-12 at 11:22, Max M wrote:
> I am trying to create a "virtual" folder.  It should get a list of 
> objects from somewhere else ie. a Catalog query and then act as if the 
> objects exists in that folder.
> 
> If the objects existed in this structure:
> 
> /
>    Members/
>       member1/
>          doc1
>          doc2
>       member2/
>          doc3
>          doc4
> 
> I want to show the objects in a new context, like:
> 
> /
>    news/
>       doc1
>       doc3
>    articles/
>       doc2
>       doc4
> 
> So an url like "/news/doc1" should actually show doc1 from 
> "/Members/member1/doc1" transparently.
> 
> Has anybody got any pointers as to how I could do this best ? My idea is 
> either to subclass ObjectManager and overwrite "__getitem__()", or to 
> find a way to push my objectlist onto the request object.
> 
> Any better ideas? Pointers to code that does something similar?
> 
> regards Max M
> 
> 
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