Stephan Richter wrote:
You definitely have to write a custom container. In your case I would suggest providing an attribute on your container that is also a container and holds all those objects that you want to manage via another process.
Thanks for the input. I'm thinking about implementing a container that would be configurable through ZCML (would that be configured by assigning interfaces?) The container would support options to use filters, automatic naming and order support. But for now I will probably implement either a custom field or a custom dedicated interface.
It would have been much clearer, if you would have provided a full use case instead of talking about it abstractly.
Sorry if I wasn't clear, here's the use cases: - User choose (content) type and adds to a list - User selects and deletes type items - User selects and moves items in order (up. down, top, bottom) - User views all of the content items. - User changes some or all content items and saves changes. - Plus the use cases for IFolder From that I realized that the items are unnamed, I other words need to get a name assigned to it when added. Regards, Johan -- Johan Carlsson Tel: + 46 8 31 24 94 Colliberty Mob: + 46 70 558 25 24 Torsgatan 72 Email: [EMAIL PROTECTED] SE-113 37 STOCKHOLM _______________________________________________ Zope3-users mailing list Zope3email@example.com http://mail.zope.org/mailman/listinfo/zope3-users