[Product-Developers] Rename an object after it has been added

Yuri yurj at alfa.it
Wed Jul 27 13:01:27 UTC 2011

    *   Support general "behaviours" that can be enabled on a custom
      type in a declarative fashion. Behaviours can be things like
      title-to-id naming, support for locking or versioning, or sets of
      standard metadata with associated UI elements.

so look at the behaviour part of Dexterity, you should be able to write 
your own behaviour  and activate it for your content type.



this links can help.

Il 27/07/2011 14:38, Imran Azad ha scritto:
> No problem, thanks once again for all your help. I really appreciate it.
> Have a nice day.
> Imran Azad
> Web Content Manager
> Bradford Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
> Tel: 01274 38 3556
>>>> Yuri<yurj at alfa.it>  27/07/2011 13:37>>>
> Il 27/07/2011 14:22, imran.azad ha scritto:
>> Ah I see. It is a Dexterity content type. Do you know the attribute for
>> Dexterity content types that is equivalent to _at_rename_after_creation?
> No, but Dexterity documentation is here:
> http://plone.org/products/dexterity/documentation/manual/developer-manual
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