I want to know the name (and path) of the _External Method_ from
inside it. What I _can_ get is the name of the DTML method.
I want to build generic scaffolding code for functions that
conditionally redispatch as asynchronous calls (via ZASync); that
part, however, isn't a problem at all - everything works fine as long
as I use an HTTP request directly and redispatch with information from
the REQUEST. The problem is that I need a TALES expression to call the
function again (asynchronously this time), and for that I need the
ZOPE path to it.
2005/6/17, Peter Bengtsson <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>:
> > 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.
> > Thanks in advance,
> > Ole
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