[Zope-CMF] failIfLocked problem
Thu, 4 Apr 2002 09:59:55 -0500
I looked there and no locks are present. A couple of interesting things to
note about this particular snag: I created a new product for CMF from a
ZClass which inherits from CMFCore:PortalFolder and
CMFDefault:DefaultDublinCoreImpl. In the CMF product, the "initial view
name" field is set to metadata_edit_form. This is where the problem started
The metadata_edit_form is what was returning the failIfLocked exception.
When I changed the "initial view name" field to folder_edit_form, I could
successfully set the title field on the folder. So it seems that my problem
is somewhat solved, but it is curious that I cannot edit Dublin core
metadata for the folder...
Are there particular rules regarding inheritance for new ZClasses? Should I
not inherit from CMFDefault:DefaultDublinCoreImpl in certain instances?
From: email@example.com [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]On Behalf
Of Dieter Maurer
Sent: Wednesday, April 03, 2002 4:55 PM
To: Kevin Carlson
Cc: zope-cmf group
Subject: Re: [Zope-CMF] failIfLocked problem
Kevin Carlson writes:
> I have added a new portal type by implementing a ZClass. I can add new
> instances of the type just fine, but when I try to edit the metadata I am
> returned an error of "failIfLocked" and the metadata remains unchanged.
> have the following permissions set on the ZClass:
> Create Class Instances -> Add Portal Folders
> Manage Properties -> Add Portal Folders
> I noticed that "failIfLocked" refers to a WebDAV lock, but I am not
> WebDAV on this machine.
Seems, it magically is locked...
See "Webdav locks" in the Control Panel.
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