In my last post, I wrote that I tried calling manage_pasteObjects a variety of ways:
as well as the original:
All 3 of these attemps results in the eInvalid exception gettting raised by manage_pasteObjects( ). req['__cp'] is a reference to the cookie that gets set when you place something on the clipboard. I was trying to grab a specific piece of the REQUEST instead of the whole thing. Does context.manage_pasteObjects(context.REQUEST) need to be written as: context.manage_pasteObjects(REQUEST=context.REQUEST)?
It's kind of a moot point now anyway. I'm using some SESSION variables now to store the ids of te objects I want to cut and the path of their container so I can do the cut and paste from a single script. Not sure if this is good or not but it's working for me now. It's one of those times when I just need something to work.
From: David [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]
Sent: Wednesday, March 08, 2006 6:12 PM
To: Palermo, Tom
Cc: 'Dieter Maurer'; 'email@example.com'
Subject: Re: [Zope] manage_pasteObjects question
Tom,I'm trying to do the cut in one script and the paste in another script. It's my understanding that REQUEST is an optional parameter to manage_cutObjects(). Passing REQUEST will set a cookie, __cp. __cp is the clipboard data. Later when I try to do manage_pasteObjects() from another script, I always get a "cookie data is truncated" message regardless of how I try to pass in the clipboard data. I should be able to just do: context.manage_pasteObjects(context.cb_dataItems()) That doesn't work. I still get the "cookie data is truncated" message. I get the same message if I do: context.manage_pasteObjects(context.REQUEST) I know that there are, in fact, objects on the clipboard because I can just do: print context.cb_dataItems() return printed I'm not sure what I'm doing wrong. It seems like you can have cut and paste happen in separate scripts. Is that not true? Thanks, Tom -----Original Message----- From: Dieter Maurer [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]] Sent: Wednesday, March 08, 2006 2:07 PM To: Palermo, Tom Cc: 'firstname.lastname@example.org' Subject: Re: [Zope] manage_pasteObjects question Palermo, Tom wrote at 2006-3-7 16:13 -0500:I am trying to do a manage_cutObjects in one script and then a manage_pasteObjects.Usually, this looks like: obj_info = XXX.manage_cutObjects(...) YYY.manage_pasteObjects(obj_info)When I execute this line from my pasteObjects python script: context.manage_pasteObjects(cb_copy_data=context.cb_dataItems(),REQUEST =req[ '__cp'])Do not know, why in hell you pass in a crippled request... You should be aware that "req['__cp']" is not a request object... -- Dieter __
You didnt respond to Dieter's remarks .... so its unclear where to go with this.
What is the last parameter doing? REQUEST=req['__cp'] ? The manage_pastObjects expects a REQUEST object, e.g. REQUEST=context.REQUEST.
Did you try this?
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