This is almost definitely my problem as my products keep direct
references to other persistent objects all of the time.
Out of curiosity, has this always been a poor practice or is it
something that changed recently?
Many thanks Gabriel (and others).
On Dec 18, 2005, at 11:00 PM, Gabriel Genellina wrote:
At Monday 19/12/2005 00:53, Keith Alperin wrote:
I'm returning to Zope after about a year away and am working on a
project that i have pieced together over about 4 years. I recently
deployed this project (a family history web site) under a zope 2.7.x
install (it used to run on a 2.4.x install) and now I can't seem to
update any of my objects. when i try to save them, I get a
TypeError: Can't pickle objects in acquisition wrappers. I was never
You should not store a persistent attribute that is an acquisition
wrapper itself. (What is that... see the corresponing chapter in
the Zope Developers Guide).
You are developing your own Product, I presume? Perhaps, you are
keeping a direct reference to another persistent object? You should
store its id instead, o use a container like ObjectManager.
Without more information that's all I can guess...
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