Thanks! That's it exactly! I was misunderstanding the concept of a utility with the name ''.
On Mon, 2006-06-05 at 17:34 +0300, Albertas Agejevas wrote: > On Mon, Jun 05, 2006 at 09:22:13AM -0500, David Johnson wrote: > > > > > getUtility does not require a name. > > > > I've tried getUtility() without a name it never returns an interface and > > returns component lookup error. > > Because you haven't registered a single utility with the given > interface and name ''! > > > I've tried in many different instances, > > and I've ended up reverting as a work around to > > getAllRegisteredUtilitiesFor(), which works just fine. > > getAllRegisteredUtilitiesFor returns even the utilities that are > "overriden" by closer utilities with the same name and interface. > > > Once I add the name it works great. What am I missing? Is there > > some other requirement? My code looks the same as what you've > > listed. > > I suspect you expect getUtility(ISomething) to return a utility with > *any* name of that interface (that's what > get(AllRegistered)UtilitiesFor() does). But getUtility(ISomething) > returns just the utilities with the name you've passed ('' by default). > > I think I already explained that in my previous email. > > Albertas > _______________________________________________ Zope3-users mailing list Zope3firstname.lastname@example.org http://mail.zope.org/mailman/listinfo/zope3-users