I'm guessing the the problem is that
&dtml-xxx; does an implicit "html_quote" format
on whatever expression you provide.. so
<table border="0" cellpadding="0" cellspacing="0">
Which the browser doesn't grok....
<table <dtml-var set_table_0>>
>>>>> "JS" == Spicklemire, Jerry <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
JS> Hi Zope Fans,
JS> I ran into an odd quirk today, and I'm hoping someone has an
JS> insight to share. There is a simple text string stored as a
JS> DTML Method, with ID = "set_table_0", e.g.:
JS> 'border="0" cellpadding="0" cellspacing="0"'
JS> When set_table_0 is in the Zope root folder, it isn't
JS> discovered through normal acquisition, but no error occurs.
JS> <table &dtml-set_table_0;>
JS> creates a table with defaults, e.g. border is visible.
JS> However, when set_table_0 is moved to a subfolder of the Zope
JS> root folder, with the name "table_settings", and the reference
JS> is made like so:
JS> <table %dtml-table_settings[set_table_0];>
JS> the DTML Method is found successfully, and the table border
JS> isn't displayed.
JS> The question is, why is the folder "table_settings" found in
JS> the Zope Root Folder, but not the method?
JS> Does Acquisition give higher preference to folders
JS> (container), objects than a DTML Method?
JS> Thanks, Jerry S.
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