Without waking up the object you have to use Meta data in the catalog.
Unless there's some physical path already on the brain object which
can help you "calculate" the absolute url.
With waking up the object is done like this: brain.getObject().absolute_url()


On 10/25/05, robert rottermann <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> hi there,
> is there a way to get the absolute url from a brain returned by a
> catalog serch without waking the object up.
> brain.absolute_url() returns the catalog's url.
>
> thanks
> Robert
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