[Zope3-Users] Using z3c.table in a grok view?
adam at 4js.com.au
Sun Jun 1 10:28:51 EDT 2008
Hi, forgive the double posting. My membership to grok-dev hasn't been
> Hi there,
> I'm trying to get a better feel for grok so that I can evaluate for
> an upcoming project - so far, its been a relatively painless
> However, I've been using Paul Carduner's guide to the z3c packages (http://carduner.net/docs/z3c-tutorial/
> ) and thought I would try out using z3c.table, and have hit a
> stumbling block
> I have a view, thus:
> class Index(grok.View):
> def __init__(self, context, request):
> super(Index, self).__init__(context, request)
> self.tableView = table.Table(context, request)
> (note I can't have Index inherit z3c.table.Table, as Table's
> render() method causes conflicts with my index.pt)
> and in my corresponding index.pt I can have the following:
> <p> Here is the table from z3c.table </p>
> <div tal:replace="structure python:view.tableView.renderTable()" />
> So far, so good -- no table gets displayed though, as I haven't
> registered columns as named multiadapters. This is where things go
> pear shaped.
> I have in my code the following -- can someone see what I'm doing
> from z3c.table import table, column
> class NameColumn(column.GetAttrColumn, grok.MultiAdapter):
> header = u'Name'
> attrname = 'who'
> weight = 1
> Once I get an answer, I can write it up as a howto.
> Thanks in advance for any help :)
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