The object has a method named manage_roleForm.  In your example, an object
which is (or inherets from) Role will have a manage_roleForm, and can be
accessed just like any other method, assuming adequate permissions.

Using an example I am more familiar with, if you have a DTML Document
index_html (which inherits from PropertyManager), you can call
index_html/manage_propertiesForm, which will render the file
'properties.dtml'.

This is one of those things that when I discovered it, I did the 'this is
so cool' dance.

-- 
Patrick Lewis
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On Wed, Jul 12, 2000 at 01:30:13PM -0500, Daniel Rusch wrote:
> I've been digging into to the inner workings of Zope trying to gleen as
> much Zen as possible, before I implement a write of our existing
> framework.
> 
> During this process I have noticed that Zope's dtml pages are stored on
> the file system as .dtml files (i.e. roleEdit.dtml) The question then is
> how does Zope display this pages??
> 
> I have found function calls such as:
> manage_roleForm=HTMLFile('roleEdit', globals()) which I believe creates
> an HTML document template from the named file. But, what is the
> mechanism that calls/displays mange_roleForm?
> 
> Thanks in advance,
> 
> DR

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