Doing Z SQL Methods (SELECT) is really easy with DTML.
When you've got a working example of it in DTML, then we can perhaps help
you to convert that into Python Method code.
> On Thursday 25 January 2001 16:50, Evan Simpson wrote:
> > From: "Curtis Maloney" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
> > > A Z SQL Method ( Returner.sql.getDetails )
> > [snip]
> > > <dtml-with "Returner.getDetails(Returner, User=12)">
> > > <dtml-var fieldName>
> > > </dtml-with>
> > You want either:
> > <dtml-in "Returner.getDetails(Returner, User=12)">
> > <dtml-var fieldName>
> > </dtml-in>
> No...if you'd paid attention, the Returner.getDetails() is a python method
> that calls Returner.sql.getDetails() and does the  slicing.
> Besides, I've also tried ditching the Python Method, and doing the slicing
> my DTML, and it STILL doesn't work. This is what has me so confused.
> removing most of the complexity, the problem persists.
> > Cheers,
> > Evan @ digicool & 4-am
> Have a better one,
> Curtis Maloney
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