The addform directive should do as you
desire. You mentioned you wanted to jump the an edit form directly upon adding
instead of going to the contents view. This is what addform was designed to do.
If my understanding is correct, can you send along the zcml snippets?
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I am a little unclear into which object I should add the nextURL
In myclass/browser/configure.zcml I have addMenuItem and addForm directives. I
have tried adding the nextURL method to the class specified in the 'class'
parameter of the addForm directive. That does not work.
Stephan replied that the zope.app.form classes is where to override the nextURL
method, but where do I fit a zope.app.form instance into my configuration?
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This is an example mextURL function that I used to add a folder
containing a page, and then go to the folder. Going to the page is just
an addition to the last line.
""" This function is called for redirection after folder
We can use it to fill out metadata collected from a custom add
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