[Grok-dev] Question about using the grok.name('index')

geoHUZ geohuz at gmail.com
Thu Jan 29 12:27:06 EST 2009

I assumed the entry is the instance of Entry and I tried to use
entry/entryindex to access it but it still failed, here is the full code:

import grok

class Sample(grok.Application, grok.Container):

class Entry(grok.Model):
    def __init__(self, text):
        self.text = text

class SampleIndex(grok.View):

    def update(self, name=None, text=None):
        if name is None or text is None:
        self.context[name] = Entry(text)

class EntryIndex(grok.View):

Christian Klinger wrote:
> Hello
>> In the Grok tutorial, the last example shows how to use grok directive to
>> explicitly connect to model, and associate a view as the index view.
>> While
>> playing with the example code, I'm wondering how can I access the object
>> through the url if I don't use grok.name('index'),
>> class EntryIndex(grok.View):
>>     grok.context(Entry)
>>     grok.name('index')
>> ....
>> by removing the grok.name('index'), I know I'm supposed to use url such
>> as
>> /entryindex to access the Entry, but I can't work it out. 
> you have a grok.context(Entry). So I think your url is
> /yourEntryobject/entryindex
> hth chrisitan
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