Yellow,

Just place an index_html object inside dir1 with this code:

<dtml-var bar>

Then call the following URL's:
http://yourserver/dir1/
http://yourserver/dir2/
http://yourserver/dir3/


Regards
hr


On 5/23/05, KLEIN Stéphane <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Hello,
> 
> In DTML I would like to do that :
> 
> I've this directory :
> 
> dir1
>   |---- dir2
>   |---- dir3
> 
> "dir1" has property bar=1
> "dir2" has property bar=2
> "dir3" has property bar=3
> 
> I would like a "foo_html" DTML Document file which display the property
> bar. This file is place in dir1.
> 
> Exemple :
> 
> When I go to dir1/foo_html => I show 1
> When I go to dir1/dir2/foo_html => I show 2
> When I go to dir1/dir3/foo_html => I show 3
> 
> How can I do it ?
> 
> Thanks for your help.
>         -- St�hane
> 
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