On Monday, August 22, 2005, at 01:45 PM, Dieter Maurer wrote:
David Pratt wrote at 2005-8-21 23:43 -0300:
# Catch put in traversal
def __bobo_traverse__(self, REQUEST):
if method == 'PUT':
Usually, "__bobo_traverse__" gets an additional argument.
I expect that you will get a "TypeError: wrong number of arguments".
Ok thanks, I'll look at what else it requires
After you fixed this, the code might work in your special case --
but it is not using the correct idiom:
Usually, you want to handle the request method only
at the end of the traversal and not at each intermediate
place. For this, you can look at
"REQUEST['TraversalRequestNameStack']". It contains the
traversal steps still to be performed.
Thanks. I'll look at this as well.
# Using default put method from NullResource
def _default_PUT_factory( self, name, typ, body ):
def PUT(self, REQUEST, RESPONSE):
Why do you override these methods as apparently, you do not use
I guess my thought it that I want everything to happen normally with
the PUT except no object creation (which seemed to occur where I had
commented it out) of the PUT method. My workflow script and method
from a tool still needs the content type and body for processing so
overriding the original methods seemed a reasonable way to go.
I'm hoping to get something together enough to test today or tomorrow.
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