Garito wrote:
Andreas Jung escribió:

--On 19. Juli 2006 09:34:58 +0200 Garito <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:

Andreas Jung escribió:

--On 18. Juli 2006 15:14:54 +0200 Garito <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:

Hi all!

Is possible to create an object (for example a Page Template) and
make it
catalog aware?

Look at the CatalogAware mixin class.
But with this class I could create a new class of PT Catalog aware, isn't
I would like to convert a normal PT is this possible?

It makes little sense to index the contents of PTs. PTs are used to present a view on a particular instance of your class but not for providing content

I wonder why the objects aren't catalogable by default (I need all my
object catalogables)

Because Zope is not CMF and Zope is not Plone. Because you need this
feature it does not mean that everyone needs this feature by default.

Sure but Is the cost so big?

This is not the question. If you need catalog awareness, either implement it as stated above or use one of the frameworks....little need to discuss the pros and default Zope default content-types don't depend on the catalog. CMF and Plone depend on the catalog for various reasons. If you have the requirement to use a catalog you have the mentioned options.


Yes but what about something like

if self.default_catalog != '': self.reindex_object()


I think it's a question of preferences

Then can I "inject" Catalog awarness to an object?

Yes you can. Its possible with so called monkeypatching.
However if you can do that, you better just write
a product w/ subclasses of the standard zope objects and
your CatalogAwareness. Its easy and clean and you dont
interfere with further development of zope.

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