faassen at startifact.com
Thu Dec 3 07:04:46 EST 2009
Christian Klinger wrote:
> i currently play a bit with megrok.traject. Does anyone
> knew how i locate the user object in the factory?
I'm not sure what your goal is. Do you mean you want to give User a
__parent__ and a __name__ within the factory already? Could you explain
why? It will be given a location automatically as soon as it leaves the
factory. locate is only useful on objects that you retrieve elsewhere
(and you want to get their URL or do a security check).
> class SomeTraject(traject.Traject):
This looks odd. What's Pgrestraject? The context of a traject shouldn't
be another traject, it should be some model (such as your application).
> pattern = 'users/:user_id'
> model = User
> def factory(self, user_id):
> session = Session()
> user = session.query(User).filter(
> User.id == int(user_id)).one()
> return user
> def arguments(user):
> return dic(user_id=user.id)
> I tried it with megrok.traject.locate but this needs an root
> object. I don't know how i can get the root object.
If it's your application, you could use getSite() or (getApplication
once it's there).
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