This is a Zope Newbie here
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When I am trying to pick up files from a Windows directory structure (C:\tmp), the code seems to always return me the error BadRequest!
Look at LocalFS or ExtFile...
Exception type, value and traceback from the error_log object would be handy in any case...
This is saved as a code in the Extensions folder as getDirectoryFiles.py
file = 'C:\tmp' def readFile(file=file): fd = open(file, 'r') lines=fd.readlines() fd.close() return lines
Is there some problem with the first line : file = 'C:\tmp"?? I have tried all kinds of permutations!
well, does C:\tmp exists? Sounds like it might be a folder, which wouldn't work.
Also when iterating over the file objects using DTML
Might be best to stick to one problem per email...
<dtml-in expr="objectValues(['File','Folder'])"> <li><a href = "&dtml-absolute_url;"> <dtml-var title_or_id></a></li> </dtml-in>
I get a listing of all the folders + files which have been created using
Yes, what else would you expect?
Now I want Zope to pick up files and folders from C:\tmp and display all the contents as direct URL's!. Problem is the above code picks up only those files which are created explicitly by the ZMI (which are a part of Zopes' custom database and are not directly accessible!)
The LocalFS product is what you're after...
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