Andreas Rippel writes:
> I came across the situation, where the result rows of a Z SQL access
> contained www strings like
> www.uni-ko-ld.de/veranstaltungen/lehramt.html, see below.
> Using ZSearch generated dtml-methods generated the following html code,
> when the result set contains more
> than 50 items. See the generated reference for the next items
> which didn't refer to the running zope environment. Instead it merged
> address stuff from a result row.
I expect that your table contains a column with the same name
as the DTML-variable used to build the navigation (URL, I think).
"dtml-in" brings the column names of your rows in the namespace.
they hide their other variables defined outside the "dtml-in".
If you can, rename your database column.
If you cannot, build your own DTML methods for testing by customizing
the DTML methods generated by the Z Search Interface.
Z SQL methods have the argument "src__" (in 2.2, there
is something for tests too). It gives you the generated SQL,
without executing it.
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