They are real objects, just in a different sense. The easiest way to figure
it out is too look at the dtml that comes in the LocalFS source. For example
to get a listing of LocalFS folder instead of:

objectIds() try fileItems()

--
  Andy McKay, Developer.
  ActiveState.

----- Original Message -----
From: "Leichtman, David J" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
To: <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
Sent: Monday, December 11, 2000 2:54 PM
Subject: [Zope] LocalFS question



How do you access an individual object in a LocalFS? By that, I mean:

If I wanted the last_mod time of any Zope object, I could say <dtml-var
"object.subobject.bobobase_modification_time">.
However, if you try to do the same thing with a LocalFS object, i.e.
<dtml-var "localfs_object.localfs_subobject.bobobase_modification_time">,
you get the error NameError: localfs_subobject
This leads me to believe that LocalFS subobjects are not really objects. But
then how does the Zope management interface deal with them, and how can I?

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