[Zope] Simple ZODB Search and Edit
ebrehault at gmail.com
Tue Apr 10 08:22:05 EDT 2007
ZCatalog is already included in Zope (you will find it in
You will have to declare the objects' attributes as catalog indexes, and
make sure you index or re-index any object after creation or modification.
Regarding the rest, I am not sure to understand what you want to do exactly,
but if it is a kind of search/replace thing, you will be better to make a
small script to do that than to do it manually in ZMI.
On 4/10/07, Peppe Top <peppetop at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi all,
> I'm new to Zope and I'm reading through a few tutorials
> and the Zope book. I need to do a text string search on
> a ZODB and I need to know which objects contain the string.
> Example: I have a site running up, and I need to know
> where my mail is mentioned, so I can edit each object
> and update the mail. (I think using ZMI)
> >From the documentation I think that ZCatalog might do
> the trick, but I'm not sure it's the easier solution.
> Am I on the right path?
> Can you get me started?
> I just need a fixed string search, returning the name
> (maybe the path too) of the object inside the ZODB, so
> I can later edit.
> Is ZMI the right tool to do simple editing?
> Also is ZCatalog already included in Zope, or do I need
> to install it?
> Thanks a lot for your time
> -- Peppe
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