for all Windows cps- zoep users:
The Zope_Instance at C:\ was not correct but now I have got him:
There is a subfolder import and Product. Import works great, i am not sure
about Products yet, but it should be working, too.
> Hi Maurits,
> thank you very much. This is great. I found the Instance-Folder. I didnt
> know anything about this folder before. And there, as it should be, there
> are the folders "Products" and "import" aund "Extensions". Everything
> should be fine now, I did search the two other folders over and over
> again, I could have searched them for ages ...
> The Folder is called Zope-Instance and is located at C:\
> Thanks Frank
> Maurits van Rees-3 wrote:
>> Frank Drews, on 2007-01-30:
>> Hi Frank,
>>> I am very new to Zope, Zope is running fine, but I dont know the
>>> Products-Folder to copy new Products:
>> I have never run Zope on a Windows computer, so do not take my answer
>> to be the final word on this, but I will give it a go.
>>> zope 2.94
>> I have never used CPS, but I guess the directories are used in the
>> same way as normal Zope. Adding anything here would only affect CPS,
>> not any Zope 2.9.4 instances.
>> This is the Products dir that is used by all Zope instances; it is a
>> part of core Zope . Normally only core Zope products should be here
>> and you should not add anything to it manually. But adding your own
>> products here *would* work I guess. Try it when everything else
>> When you create a new Zope instance, this is the Products directory
>> that gets copied to that instance. You could put some basic products
>> in here that you want to have in every new Zope instance that you
>> create. But: adding products here will *only* affect *new* instances,
>> not instances that you have already made.
>>> ZMI is working fine, nuxeo cps, too.
>>> Have I to create a new Folder somewhere, I want to add Products like
>>> calzope cpsgroupware?
>> These products should be added to the Zope instance. The directories
>> you mention above contain source code used by instances, but they are
>> not instances themselves.
>> I would expect the Zope instance to have been created in Documents and
>> Settings or in My Documents; but that is a guess. You could let
>> Windows search for any directories with the name 'Products'. That
>> should turn up some more hits. Or create a new Zope instance (maybe
>> call C:\Programme\Zope-2.9.4\bin\mkinstance or something like that)
>> and see where the instance is created.
>>> I have a similar problem with the Import folder. Which one is the right,
>>> just importing inside a folder of the ZMI?
>> It should be a folder called 'import' in the same directory as the
>> Products directory of your instance. It should be automatically
>> created for you when you create a new instance.
>>> Many thanks I am really stuck and tried for more than one day
>> I hope this helps. My answers are based on my experience with Zope on
>> Linux though; Windows may handle things differently, so sorry if I am
>> putting you on the wrong track.
>> Maurits van Rees | http://maurits.vanrees.org/ [NL]
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