From: Jonathan <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
> targetFolder = string.join(traverse_subpath, '/') #you will have to play with
> this to get the right target folder for your app
> aFolder = context.restrictedTraverse(targetFolder)
> searchRes = aFolder.Catalog(<some search string here>)
> <do something with search results here>
First of all, thank you very much for your help.
I'm confused. I had a programmer working for me that wrote the following code:
catalog = ''
catalog = getattr(context, context.superValues('ZCatalog').id)
Now, that works just fine if I leave the page template that calls it in the
folder of a specific Web site. But when I put that template in a "root" folder
that all the Web sites of the portal can call, it only gives me a printout of
the tree of what's in the root folder. What I'm trying to accomplish is that it
gives me the tree of the specific Web site folder from which it is called.
My problem is that I frankly don't understand what my programmer wrote...how it
works. Research taught me that "superValues" returns the meta_data of ZCatalog,
we're popping the first element of the tuple, getting it's ID, all in context
of the call, and calling that a catalog. But why do we return "1" if we get a
catalog? How does that print the catalog? Then, how do I incorporate your
information to achieve my goal?
Thanks for any help you care to offer,
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