Hi Ty,

The find machinery searches subobjects for the method
'PrincipiaSearchSource' on each object it finds in the hierarchy... DTML
Methods and Documents, PythonScripts, and (believe it or not) database
adapters support this method, but no other core objects do.  This is
probably why it's returning unhelpful results.  If you define a
PrincipiaSearchSource method on the objects you're looking to search, maybe
the results will be better.

The find machinery needs work.  ;-)

PS - FYI:  your "newsgroup" setup makes replying to your messages kind of
difficult... although it's probably because I'm using a dumb email client.
I generally can't respond to your messages, I need to send new ones.

"Ty Sarna" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote in message
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> Is there something wrong with the Find mechanism in 2.2.2? "containing"
> searches never find anything. I've looked at the changelogs for
> post-2.2.2 versions and didn't see anything about this being fixed, so
> either it was fixed but not documented, it's still broken, or it's
> something peculiar to my setup.
>
> This is a real problem for managing complex applications...  Oh, for the
> good old days of grep.
>
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