[Zope] help with __bobo_traverse__
sathya at zeomega.com
Thu May 27 13:13:19 EDT 2004
Mohamed Lrhazi wrote:
at first glance
it seems like your python code is not indented properly
ur return statement is not within the if block
> Newbie here.
> I am writing a Product called YSPanel. I installed on the root folder.
> I have a published method called: viewDomain, which simply displays the
> REQUEST dict for now. I can call it fine through:
> Now I'd like the same method to be called to handle a URL like:
> So I added this to my class:
> def __bobo_traverse__(self,REQUEST=None,NAME=None):
> if NAME == 'foobar':
> #gettattr_str = str(getattr(self, 'viewDomain'))
> #self_str = str(self)
> #err_str = "gettattr_str:%s \n self_str:%s"%(gettattr_str,self_str)
> #raise 'Ooops', err_str
> return getattr(self, 'viewDomain')
> # probably from unrestrictedTraverse
> return getattr(self, NAME)
> When try it I get:
> Zope has encountered a problem publishing your object.
> Cannot locate object at: http://10.0.10.28:8080/yspanel/foobar/1
> Note when I uncomment my debugging lines above, I get what seems correct:
> gettattr_str: <bound method YSPanel.viewDomain of <YSPanel at /yspanel>>
> self_str: <YSPanel at yspanel>
> What am I missing here?
> What is the right way to handle variables passed via PATH_INFO?
> Thanks a lot.
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