Wed, 30 May 2001 21:18:17 +0100
> (I guess no one's interested, so I'm digging further.)
I think maybe no-one believes you ;-)
The standard_error_message(s) in your ZODB get used as long as:
1. The error isn't an authentication error, which sucks, but is meant by the
> # XXX could this try to use standard_error_message somehow?
2. You standard_error_message method does not, itself, raise an exception.
If either of the above happens, you get the hard coded error messages.
In addition, you can override the standard_error_message in the root of your
ZODB with ones in subfolders, etc...