On 6/17/05, Jan-Ole Esleben <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote: > Hi! > > I am new to this list and rather new to Zope, so maybe this is a > stupid question; unfortunately I haven't been able to find an answer > to it anywhere: > > is there a generic way to find out from Python code which method has > been called (in other words: find out where the current method is > located in the ZOPE hierarchy and what its name is)? If I call an > External Method via a DTML method, of course the REQUEST object > contains the path to the DTML method because the External Method > hasn't been called via HTTP. I haven't been able to figure out any > other way of getting this information. > I don't get it. Do you want to know the name of the DTML method from inside the External method? Perhaps I'll be able to help if you tell us more about the intention of this code.
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