Hmm,
in which way this interacts with an application-class?

It's not a change of any zope-intern class, or?

i.e. my test-class is:
----------------------------------------
class adm:
    def admTestOut( self):
        """
        test for "online-feedback"
        """
        response = self.request.response
        response.write( "1111")
        time.sleep(10)
        response.write( "2222")
----------------------------------------

snip on configure.zcml:
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  <page
      name="admtestout"
      for="ikom.ikgen.interfaces.IIkGen"
      class=".ikgen.adm"
      permission="ikom.ikgen.Edit"
      attribute="admTestOut" />
----------------------------------------

Ok, this does not work, a cleary case:
the response will display "11112222"
after 10s.

In which way, I have to integrate a
View-Class and the _call_-method to
my application?

Thanks for help

Markus

Am Mittwoch, 13. April 2005 16:32 schrieb Stephan Richter:
[...]
> You can do this by directly writing to the response and not returning
> anything through the executing method:
>
> class View(object):
>
>   def __call__(self):
>     response = self.request.response
>     # ... set all necessary headers
>     response.write(data)
>    sleep(10)
>     response.write(data)
>    sleep(10)
>    response.write(data)
>
[...]
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