Hello,

ZCatalog is already included in Zope (you will find it in
zope/lib/python/Products/ZCatalog )

You will have to declare the objects' attributes as catalog indexes, and
make sure you index or re-index any object after creation or modification.

Regarding the rest, I am not sure to understand what you want to do exactly,
but if it is a kind of search/replace thing, you will be better to make a
small script to do that than to do it manually in ZMI.

Eric


On 4/10/07, Peppe Top <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:

Hi all,

I'm new to Zope and I'm reading through a few tutorials
and the Zope book. I need to do a text string search on
a ZODB and I need to know which objects contain the string.

Example: I have a site running up, and I need to know
where my mail is mentioned, so I can edit each object
and update the mail. (I think using ZMI)

>From the documentation I think that ZCatalog might do
the trick, but I'm not sure it's the easier solution.

Am I on the right path?

Can you get me started?

I just need a fixed string search, returning the name
(maybe the path too) of the object inside the ZODB, so
I can later edit.

Is ZMI the right tool to do simple editing?

Also is ZCatalog already included in Zope, or do I need
to install it?

Thanks a lot for your time
-- Peppe
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