Well I just looked at "Using Zope Page Templates" and "Advanced Page
Templates" and "Appendix C", and although "context" is mentionned many
times (And I of course knew about that one!) it's all in the context of
TAL/TALES, which is a different beast than a code level FSPageTemplate

My FSPageTemplate instance doesn't seem to have a "context"
attribute/property or method.  I've dir()'ed it, but don't see anything
that jumps out at me as being useful for what I'm trying to do.


-----Original Message-----
From: Andreas Jung [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] 
Sent: September 20, 2007 09:50
To: Doyon, Jean-Francois; Andreas Jung; zope@zope.org
Subject: RE: [Zope] PageTemplate API Question

--On 20. September 2007 09:42:50 -0400 "Doyon, Jean-Francois" 

> obj = request['PUBLISHED']
> print repr(obj)
> <FSPageTemplate at /atlas/maptext_view used for 
> /atlas/maps.mtp/environment.mtp/seaice.mtp/break-up.thm/1.mtx>
> I have the FSPageTemplate ... It's being applied to "1.mtx".
> How do I get to "1.mtx" directly, getting rid of the Page Template?
> I want to end up with this object:
> <MapTopicText at
> /atlas/maps.mtp/environment.mtp/seaice.mtp/break-up.thm/1.mtx>
> I want to get to the object the template is being applied TO.

You might read my first reply carefully :-) I told you about the
'context' object as it is present within your ZPT.
The 'context' object *IS* the object you are talking about.

(for further details -> The Zope Book with its three ZPT chapters)

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