On Saturday 29 October 2005 20:50, Wade Leftwich wrote:
> Stephan Richter wrote:
> > On Saturday 29 October 2005 11:35, Paolo Cilmo wrote:
> >>I need to develop a site
> >>using ZMI (Zope2 typical using) and especially i want
> >>to develop this applications:
> > We do not support TTW development.
> >>1- I've a package with a class and into the class a
> >>2- with browser:addMenuItem in zcml i can insert a
> >>package into zmi from "add menu"
> >>3- I've a Page Template into ZMI
> >>ASK: how i call from the Page Template the script,
> >>passig parameters and to have a response from script?
> > Why do you need to have this Page Template in ZMI? Why not on the file
> > system?
> I'm working on an application where Page Templates belong in the ZMI, at
> least I think so. The content being displayed is a business directory,
> with suppliers, products, and categories for those products. We will be
> implementing 50 different directories, with the same basic content
> structure but very different designs. Each of those directories will use
> 5 or 6 page templates, which go in the ZMI.
Why not have those templates on the file system? Is there a need for users to
modify those templates?
> It seems like this is a common pattern for content management applications.
Maybe, I don't know.
> Repeating my own posting from 10/9, here's how I made an adapter
> to use a file system view with a ZMI template:
Again, we do not support TTW development. If you do such experiments that's
great, but you cannot expect much help.
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