In some test code I add a custom content type called School. Then I
check if it has been added to the portal catalog. And I call a
function in a PAS plugin that searches for a School within the catalog
and does something with that. This all works. Tests pass. I am
But in practice it somehow does not work. In the portal_catalog
within the ZMI I can clearly see that a School is present in the
catalog. But the code in my PAS plugin does not find it. And in a
zopectl debug session I also cannot find it.
Here is some code I use. Product is another custom content type.
cat = getToolByName(self, 'portal_catalog')
assert(len(cat()) > 5)
assert(len(cat(portal_type='Product')) > 5)
assert(len(cat(portal_type='School')) > 0)
The first two assertions pass, so the catalog seems to be functioning
properly. The last assertion fails.
Can anyone think of a reason why this could happen? Should I add some
more parameters to the catalog call? Should I use searchResults
instead, or queryCatalog?
This is on Plone 3.0 btw, with Zope 2.10.5. CMFPlone overwrites the
default CatalogTool from zope, so I thought about asking on a plone
list instead. But since it *does* go correct in the tests I thought
it was probably not something Plone specific. Feel free to direct me
to a different list though. :)
Maurits van Rees | http://maurits.vanrees.org/ [NL]
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