Hey! Sorry for mailing you again. Have you found any better solution where I can omit I name chooser? You said that I eventually don't it.
Thanks a lot, Florian Am Montag, 23. Mai 2005 22:19 schrieb Ruslan Spivak: > В Пнд, 23/05/2005 в 22:02 +0200, Florian Lindner пишет: > > Am Sonntag, 22. Mai 2005 01:31 schrieb Ruslan Spivak: > > > В Сбт, 21/05/2005 в 19:33 +0200, Florian Lindner пишет: > > > > Hello, > > > > is it possible to let the user enter the name of a object (the > > > > __name__ attribut) in forms that are auto generated from schema data > > > > (via the addform directive)? > > > > > > > > Thanks, > > > > > > > > Florian > > > > > > Hi, Florian. > > > > > > You need create adapter to zope.app.container.interfaces.INameChooser > > > and register it for your xxx interface. > > > > > > Take a look at bugtracker application inside zope, it contains example > > > of INameChooser usage. > > > > Ok, I've done so. > > > > I've created a INameChooser implementation: > > > > > > from zope.app.container.interfaces import INameChooser > > > > class NameChooser: > > implements(INameChooser) > > > > def __init__(self, context): > > self.context = context > > > > def chooseName(self, name, object): > > print object > > return object.title > > > > gives the traceback: > > > > 2005-05-23T22:01:13 ERROR SiteError > > http://localhost:8080/cs/home/zope.manager/t > > estfolder/+/AddCSLink.html%3D > > Traceback (most recent call last): > > > > File > > "/home/florian/Desktop/zope/lib/python/CS/ContentFolder/contentfolder.py" > > , line 22, in > > chooseName > > return object.title > > AttributeError: 'Link' object has no attribute 'title' > > > > but the Link object has a attribute title. > > > > title = TextLine( > > title = u"Title", > > description = u"Short title", > > required = True > > ) > > > > What is wrong there? > > You need to use set_before_add in your addform definition to set needed > fields which will be assigned to newly created object before it's added > (take a look at ZCML online help, browser section). That's needed if you > want to access fields of object's schema inside INameChooser > implementation. I'll have a look at it tomorrow... > P.S. As you probably noted INameChooser is helpful, for example, for > creating custom object names that follow your own policy(let's say you > want prepend year_month_day to object's title or whatever you want to > do). I just reread your first post and wondering if i'm correctly > understood your question and you really need INameChooser... What I need is fairly simple: If I auto-create a addform the user sees widgets for all schema fields I've created in my interface. But I couldn't set the name of the object (__name__ attribute). I've just discovered that this is not entirely true. If I click on menu items I've created with: <addform title="Link" name="AddCSLink.html" schema="CS.Link.interfaces.ILink" content_factory="CS.Link.link.Link" permission="zope.Public" layer="centershock" menu="CSaddMenu" for="CS.ContentFolder.interfaces.IContentFolder" /> I get this URL as a link http://localhost:8080/++skin++centershock/cs/home/zope.manager/%40%40AddCSLink.html where I can't enter the objects name. But when I take the URL from the ZMI add dialoge and add a ++skin++centershock I get this URL: http://localhost:8080/++skin++centershock/cs/home/zope.manager/+/AddCSLink.html= Both refer to the same object and both look the same with the only difference that I can enter a objects name in the last one. You know what the difference is and why is it? Thanks, Florian _______________________________________________ Zope3-dev mailing list Zope3email@example.com Unsub: http://mail.zope.org/mailman/options/zope3-dev/archive%40mail-archive.com