Hi Alek, Which webdav component are you using. zope.app.dav or zope.webdav?
On Monday 19 February 2007 12:12, Alek Kowalczyk wrote: > > <adapter for=".interfaces.plot.IPlot" > > provides="zope.filerepresentation.interfaces.IReadFile" > > factory=".csv.PlotAsCsvFile" permission="zope.Public" /> > > One small mistake (just here, in my real code it was OK). > Of course the adapter provides IReadFile, no IReadDirectory). > I still can't make this to get CSV files instead of folder on WebDAV. WebDAV doesn't use a IReadFile adapter to access files. WebDAV is just an extension to HTTP so you must define the default view for your IPlot object to return your CSV file. In order to tell Excel (I am going to assume this works with Excel but I know it works with OpenOffice and other WebDAV clients but I haven't tried it with Excel) that your IPlot objects are files - you need to override the DAV:resourcetype property and specify a None value for this property. The only other WebDAV properties that I think you may also need to change are the DAV:getcontenttype and DAV:getcontentlength to their respective values for the CSV file. With zope.webdav it is as easy as writing a multi adapter from (IPlot, IHTTPRequest) -> zope.webdav.coreproperties.IDAVResourceType to override the DAV:resourcetype propertry and for DAV:getcontenttype you write an adapter from (IPlot, IHTTPrequest) -> zope.webdav.coreproperties.IDAVGetcontenttype. Hope this helps Michael -- Michael Kerrin 55 Fitzwilliam Sq., Dublin 2. Tel: 087 688 3894 _______________________________________________ Zope3-users mailing list Zope3email@example.com http://mail.zope.org/mailman/listinfo/zope3-users