Which Zope version do you use ?

When I read your message I have a deja-vu:
I encountered the same output when I use SQL based trees under Zope 2.1.6,
it is a bug somewhere in the SQL method handling that appeared in 2.1.6 and is 
fixed in 2.2.0.

Solution:
switch back to 2.1.4 or forward to 2.2.0 or patch the existing 2.1.6 

Philipp Auersperg (zwork)

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On 21.08.2000 at 16:43 Mayers, Philip J wrote:

>Excellent. That answers that.
>
>I'm loath to ask this, since it's supposedly a FAQ, but I'm having trouble
>with the tree...
>
>Following:
>
>http://www.zope.org/Members/anthony/tree-coding-tricks
>
>I've got:
>
><dtml-let network="'0/0'">
><dtml-tree id=network branches_expr="network_children(parentnet=network)">
> <b><dtml-var network></b> <dtml-var descr>
></dtml-tree>
></dtml-let>
>
>The SQL query is working - "test"ing network_children will give the correct
>hierarchy. However, the tree generated looks like this:
>
>192.168/16
>  192.168/16
>    192.168/16
>    10/8
>    172.20/16
>  10/8
>    192.168/16
>    10/8
>    172.20/16
>  172.20/16
>    192.168/16
>    10/8
>    172.20/16
>10/8
>  <etc>
>
>Basically, the tree only seems to ever contain the top-level (children of
>the root of the tree).  The children of all the nodes is... another copy of
>the root top-level nodes! Whu?!? A search for several variations of "SQL
>tree" in all the relevant list/site archives didn't seem to help. Any ideas?
>
>Regards,
>Phil
>
>+----------------------------------+
>| Phil Mayers, Network Support     |
>| Centre for Computing Services    |
>| Imperial College                 |
>+----------------------------------+ 
>
>-----Original Message-----
>From: Chris Withers [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]
>Sent: 21 August 2000 15:23
>To: Mayers, Philip J
>Cc: '[EMAIL PROTECTED]'
>Subject: Re: [Zope] dtml-let and quoting(?) or forcing to string
>
>
>"Mayers, Philip J" wrote:
>> <dtml-let network="0/0">
>> <dtml-tree id=network branches_expr="network_children(parentnet=network)">
>>  <b><dtml-var network></b> <dtml-var descr>
>> </dtml-tree>
>> </dtml-let>
>
>Anything in a DTML tag that's inside "" is python, usually ;-)
>
>So, your dtml-let should be:
><dtml-let network="'0/0'">
>
>which is kinda yucky, don't you think?
>
>cheers,
>
>Chris
>
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