Am Mittwoch, 13. Mai 2015, 11:36:03 schrieb Rich Harley:
> is returned. How can I access the actual contents of the Python Script?
The python script object seems a bit more complex then a DTML-Method object - 
means you have to access the script content of the python script object 
directly (not shure if it's "params" and "body" - have to look into Zope help 
(PythonScript.py) or Zope sources for the exact "field").

regarduing the object docs it shoudl work with .read() directly (if it IS a 
PythonScript object) or "document_src":

    def read():
        """

        Return the body of the Python Script, with a special comment
        block prepended.  This block contains meta-data in the form of
        comment lines as expected by the 'write' method.

        """
    def document_src(REQUEST=None, RESPONSE=None):
        """

        Return the text of the 'read' method, with content type
        'text/plain' set on the RESPONSE.

        """


hth a bit and works,


Niels.
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