Chris Matheson wrote at 2005-8-11 11:42 -0400: > ... >First post. I've read (past tense) tfm, but still don't know quite how to do >this.
Please, be very precise when you ask questions. > ... >I've tried context.PUBLISHED I doubt that you did that -- as it should be "context.REQUEST.PUBLISHED". , but that is not quite what I want, as it gives more of a url style What does "gives more of a url style" mean? >I'm tring to get something that I can compare to an objectValues() list. Another vague description: What should "compare to an objectValues() list" mean? Comparison operators are usually "=", "!=", "<", "<=", ">=", ">". I doubt you mean one of them... >I had two ideas already, one was to call back to zpt and then do a comparison >to /here, the other was to pass /here from my zpt page to the Python script. >I think either of those might work, but would like to know if there is a way >to access the "/here" from Python? The most natural way would be to pass it into your Python Script. In special cases (when you are interested in the objects visited during URL traversal), then the following request variables may help: PUBLISHED the (final) object located via URL traversal PARENTS a list of objects visited during URL traversal in reverse order and without the final object (which is in "PUBLISHED"). This means "PARENTS" is the second to last object visited during URL traversal, "PARENTS[-1]" is the root object. -- Dieter _______________________________________________ Zope maillist - Zope@zope.org http://mail.zope.org/mailman/listinfo/zope ** No cross posts or HTML encoding! ** (Related lists - http://mail.zope.org/mailman/listinfo/zope-announce http://mail.zope.org/mailman/listinfo/zope-dev )