Difference beetween AddView and EndView
1) for AddView: 'self.context' is view (name '+')
2) for EditView : 'self.context' is content-object
I think this is 'standart' behavior. Use 'zope.formlib' for advanced
customization your forms.
В Птн, 17/02/2006 в 13:42 -0500, Shaun Cutts пишет:
> In AddView.update,
> is called, but this is not called in EditView... so change isn't as
> simple as moving nextURL. However, if you put this line into
> EditView.update as well as moving nextURL, then my redirect works fine.
> But does this break anything else? Is there some reason why the editview
> doesn't do redirect?
> I have gotten offlist feedback that I'm not the only one interested in
> - Shaun
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> Subject: [Zope3-Users] nextURL: add vs edit
> Is there a reason why zope.app.form.browser.add.AddView defines:
> def nextURL(self):
> return self.context.nextURL()
> but zope.app.form.browser.editview.EditView doesn't?
> My redirection works for add but not edit, and this is the reason. Is
> this a feature or a bug? If a bug, all that needs to happen is that
> nextURL get moved to EditView from AddView, as EditView is base for Add.
> But perhaps there is a reason for this I don't understand?
> - Shaun
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