terry,

you forgot the step of actually connecting to the monitor :) there is a very
short howto on using the correct client program to log into the monitor at:

http://www.zope.org/Members/teyc/howtoMonitorClient

and similar info at:

http://www.zope.org/Documentation/Misc/DEBUGGING.txt


jens




on 10/10/00 18:48, Terry Kerr at [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

> Use it for debugging sometimes.
> 
> Is very easy to use.  Basically
> 
> import Zope
> z = Zope.app()
> 
> then z is the root of your zope tree so you can do anything.  You will need
> to import any other python modules you need too.
> 
> terry
> 
> Hung Jung Lu wrote:
> 
>> Hi,
>> 
>> Zope comes with the Medusa monitor (port 8099 by default) which is kind of
>> cute and allows one to get into the guts of Zope. But do people really use
>> it? How do people use it? Is there any document describing the usages of
>> this monitor? Are there some features of this monitor that makes debugging
>> easier?
>> 
>> regards,
>> 
>> Hung Jung


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