[Zope] accessing object from a list constructed in __init__.py

kevin7kal plone at kevinkal.com
Sun Jul 23 17:01:15 EDT 2006

That did not work for me either.
It was also suggested that I try inheriting from folder rather than
re-inventing folder.
Still no dice.
I think there is something that I don't understand about acquisition and
context.  Why can an object be placed into context if it is stored as a
simple attribute of another object, but not if it is an element in a
list?  Or what must be done differently when the objects are elements in
a list?

Alexis Roda wrote:
> En/na kevin7kal ha escrit:
>> I've changed my code a bit, adding the docstring, Persistent to all 
>> classes and
>> __allow_access_to_unprotected_attributes__ = 1 to all classes.  
>> Still, I recieve the same error.
> Sorry, my fault, should be __allow_access_to_unprotected_subobjects__. 
> If it does work then add the security declarations.
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