[Grok-dev] View URLs?

Sebastian Ware sebastian at urbantalk.se
Wed Jun 25 09:15:55 EDT 2008

25 jun 2008 kl. 12.03 skrev Tim Terlegård:

> On Jun 25, 2008, at 7:57 AM, Kenneth Miller wrote:
>>    So I've got a single app with an exra Grok.Container and  
>> Grok.Model. I've defined ONE index view that inherits from  
>> zope.Interface so that it's available to essentially any Model/ 
>> Container and the app. The way this is setup allows me to use the  
>> index template to provide a consistent look and feel to my app, and  
>> particularly navigation. The problem I'm currently having is that  
>> my template uses view.url('this') methods to access other views,  
>> which works fine, but only when you're viewing the base app. For  
>> example
>> The format for below is as follows:
>> Container/View
>>  Link  -> Generated result.
>> App/index
>>  MyPage1 -> app/mypage1
>> App/Container/index
>>  MyPage1 -> app/container/mypage1        when this should be  
>> pointing to app/mypage1
>> How should I handle this? There's no url methods attached to the  
>> App object.
> The url method accepts obj and name parameters.
>    In grok 0.12
>    def url(self, obj=None, name=None):
>    In grok 0.13
>    def url(self, obj=None, name=None, data=None):
> So you can call view.url(obj=app)

And if you want to get the url to your application root from another  
object's view you can do


Mvh Sebastian

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