>Kevin Howe wrote:
>>
>> I am trying to access the PARENT of an object in a python class of mine.
>> I want to use the absolute_url() of the parent in a variable.
>>
>> I though it could be done the following way, but got an error:
>>
>>      parent=self.PARENTS[0]
>>      aurl = parent.absolute_url()
>>
>> I then tried using REQUEST. It works, but doesn't give the correct
>> information. Instead of giving me the parent  of the current
object(self),
>> it gives the parent of the DTML page in which the object was called.
>>
>>      parent=self.REQUEST.PARENTS[0]
>>      aurl = parent.absolute_url()
>>
>> How do you resolve the PARENT object of an object?
>
>you might want to try an alternative method using acquisition
>
>aurl = self.aq_parent.absolute_url()
>
>Kapil

This should also work:

aurl = self.getParentNode().absolute_url()


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