[Zope] Examining Properties of Returned Object
Tue, 20 May 2003 11:17:50 +0400
Thanks Troy. I wasn't clear in my earlier email...
I know how to get at the attribute/method of an object if I know what it's
name is. By using someobj.attributename or someobj.methodname() (or using
'getattr(....)'). But how do I enumerate all attributes & methods associated
with an object when I don't know the structure of the object (i.e., as if I
was exploring the object in a debugger)?
I've been using Dieter Maurer's DocFinderEverywhere extensively to get info
on generic objects returned by Zope (thanks Dieter, very helpful product,
especially for beginners), but obviously it has it's limitations.
From: Troy Farrell [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Tuesday, May 20, 2003 08:40
To: Samir Mishra
Subject: Re: [Zope] Examining Properties of Returned Object
What is calling your python script? Is it TAL(ES), DTML, another python
script, a zope product or an external method? Unfortunately, each of
these has some slightly different methods... Did you try
or (in TAL)
Samir Mishra wrote:
> Hello all,
> I'm sure there's a way, just can't figure it out...
> I have a python script returning an object. The result set I'm actually
> interested in is wrapped somewhere within this object.
> My question: how can I examine the properties/methods of an object
> by Python?
> Thanks in advance.