> Gilles Lenfant wrote:
> >
> > I know I can get the root object using self.getPhysicalRoot()
> > But I'm in a situation where I can't get that "self" or any other Zope
> > object.
>
> Sounds like a very strange situation, tell us more about it...
>

Not that strange...

I need to get the Zope root object at startup in a FS product to get some
configuration data.
As this runs without any object context in an __init__.py, I can't rely on
any context Zope object.
But I found the workaround:

import Zope
...
root = Zope.app()

Gives the same thing as self.getPhysicalRoot()

Cheers

--Gilles

> cheers,
>
> Chris
>
>
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