[CLOSED] Re: [Product-Developers] Re: Howto create a page template for a folderish archetype content type?
Mirto Silvio Busico
mirtosilvio.busico at fastwebnet.it
Sat Mar 13 19:13:18 UTC 2010
Andreas Jung ha scritto:
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> Mirto Silvio Busico wrote:
>> Andreas Jung ha scritto: Mirto Silvio Busico wrote:
>>>>> Andreas Jung ha scritto:
>>>>>> Well, I tried to use context.getFolderContents() but used
>>>>>> in .pt file it gives an error.
>> *which error*
>> -aj Well, Plone is installed at /usr/local/plone334/ I copied
> When I go to
>> http://plone.msb.net:6080/gas3/progetti/ga3/g3_coll_view that
>> calls my view I receive the error: "NameError: name 'test' is not
> test() is not available in browser views. You need to rewrite the
> related code.
Don't understand. Is "test()" a particular plone.app method? Any
> Move the test to browser view class belong to your template.
If I knew how to rewrite this conde, I didn't ask to the list.
> And stay in public.
Hey man! You set the "reply to" field to "lists at zopyx.com". I did only a
"reply to all".
> And provide details in case of problems...whining does not help.
More details than a complete traceback and complete source?
No whining. I only tried to be gentle and to not start a flame war. If
you prefer a rude behaviour you have only to ask for it.
> Asking for private support is not appropriate.
Never asked for this! As I said I have done a "reply to all". Mybe
"lists at zopyx.com" is your private address?
To remain public, in this message I had to add manually the
product-developers at lists.plone.org address!
I feel myself unconfortable with this thread. So I stop it here
Thanks to all who contributed to the thread
> - -aj
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