You are DA MAN. That getPhysicalPath() & unrestrictedTraverse() methods
work perfectly, even with SiteAccess installed. Thank you very much.
From: Shane Hathaway [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]
Sent: Wednesday, January 10, 2001 3:11 PM
To: Tom Jenkins
Subject: Re: [Zope] Storing and Using Object references
Tom Jenkins wrote:
> Hello all,
> i have a question and I hope someone can point me in the right direction
> to solve it. I need one zope object to hold a reference to another zope
> object so the first object can call methods of the second object. oh,
> these are python classes.
> Example: object 1 is : /container1/container1a/item1 object 2 is :
> /container2/container2a/item1 object1 needs to hold a reference to
> object2. I'm really stuck on how to store and access object2 from
> any pointers?
I think what you're looking for is getPhysicalPath() and
unrestrictedTraverse(). Store object2.getPhysicalPath(), which returns
a tuple, in object1. To find object2 again, call
Note that this only works in Zope 2.2.x+.
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