14 Jun 17:23 2007

### here/browserDefault error

Anybody out there ever experienced this error?

We recently upgraded our  staging server to Plone 2.5.1 and we are
getting an error when we navigate to a 'Webfolder' object (customized
folder object) which does not contain a default object named
'index_html'. Webfolders with default named objects are fine.
error AttributeError:Failed to get a default page or view_action for
<bound method Webfolder.absolute_url of <Webfolder at
/unch/site/newsroom/news/2004>>

I noticed  something in the traceback on the 'folder_contents.pt' that
is now causing this to fail. Something about 'here/browserDefault'...

file:UNCHSkins/skins/unch_override/folder_contents.pt
- Line 170, Column 19
- Expression: standard:'here/browserDefault'\

Any clues appreciated...

Frank DiMauro
Information Services Division
UNC Health Care System
321 Meadowmont Village Circle, 2nd Floor
Chapel Hill, NC 27517
919-966-7988 (Tel)
919-966-2110 (Fax)


14 Jun 17:44 2007

### Re: here/browserDefault error

On Jun 14, 2007, at 11:23 AM, Dimauro, Frank wrote:
> I noticed  something in the traceback on the 'folder_contents.pt' that
> is now causing this to fail. Something about 'here/browserDefault'...

Hm, looks like it's wanting to call this bit of Plone skin:
CMFPlone/skins/plone_scripts/browserDefault.py
First thing, make sure this is available in your skins. (Try browsing
to '<site_URL>/browserDefault', watch for 404.)

Anyway, if it's there, I think it simply calls
context.plone_utils.browserDefault(context)

...which looks like kind of a hairball:
http://api.plone.org/Plone/2.1.1/public/CMFPlone.PloneTool.PloneTool-
class.html

here. Hopefully it's simpler, like the missing skin script.

Hope this helps,

=jimA=

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Jim Allman
Interrobang Digital Media
http://www.ibang.com/
(919) 649-5760



18 Jun 16:27 2007

### browserDefault error

Walt went ahead and ran a script that inserts a default file in every
webfolder w/o a <index_html> file. That seems to take care of the
attribute error we kept getting with such webfolders since the upgrade
to plone 2.5.2...still not sure why it kept doing this so this is
counsel.

Frank DiMauro

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On Jun 14, 2007, at 11:23 AM, Dimauro, Frank wrote:
> I noticed  something in the traceback on the 'folder_contents.pt' that
> is now causing this to fail. Something about 'here/browserDefault'...

Hm, looks like it's wanting to call this bit of Plone skin:
CMFPlone/skins/plone_scripts/browserDefault.py
First thing, make sure this is available in your skins. (Try browsing
to '<site_URL>/browserDefault', watch for 404.)



22 Jun 20:55 2007

### Jython talk?

Hi all,

I recently joined this list and I thought I'd introduce myself.  My
name is Frank Wierzbicki, and I am the current lead maintainer of
Jython (http://www.jython.org) and was wondering if there is enough
local interest for me to speak on Jython for trizpug?  Jython is
nearing a new release (it brings it up to compatibility with Python
2.2 plus some 2.3 features -- I know, I know -- we have some catching
up to do....) I could probably even get Red Hat to be the host
location with enough advanced warning, since I work there.  I'd love
to see if I can meet more Jython users in person.  There must be some
here in RTP, especially IBMers since Websphere has gone with Jython
over Jacl as its preferred scripting language.

Regards,

-Frank


23 Jun 15:12 2007

### Re: Jython talk?

On Fri, Jun 22, 2007 at 02:55:12PM -0400, Frank Wierzbicki wrote:
> Hi all,
>
> I recently joined this list and I thought I'd introduce myself.  My
> name is Frank Wierzbicki, and I am the current lead maintainer of
> Jython (http://www.jython.org) and was wondering if there is enough
> local interest for me to speak on Jython for trizpug?

I am interested in a Jython talk, and am willing to contribute my own
experiences using Jython at SAS. Also, WebSphere configration using Jython
is in my near future.

I haven't been able to attend any TriZPUG meetings for a while, but I am
able to attend the one being held the 4th Tuesday of this month -- provided
we are actually having a meeting this month! I haven't seen anything on the
TriZPUG website about a June meeting.

David H

--

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David Handy
Computer Programming is Fun!
Beginning Computer Programming with Python
http://www.handysoftware.com/cpif/


24 Jun 00:33 2007

### Re: Jython talk?

On Fri, Jun 22, 2007 at 02:55:12PM -0400, Frank Wierzbicki wrote:
> Hi all,
>
> I recently joined this list and I thought I'd introduce myself.  My
> name is Frank Wierzbicki, and I am the current lead maintainer of
> Jython (http://www.jython.org) and was wondering if there is enough
> local interest for me to speak on Jython for trizpug?

I would definitely be interested in this talk.  My employer uses
Jython in several places.  Unfortunately I won't be back in the area
until late August.


24 Jun 04:03 2007

### Re: Jython talk?

On 6/23/07, David Handy <david@...> wrote:
> I haven't been able to attend any TriZPUG meetings for a while, but I am
> able to attend the one being held the 4th Tuesday of this month -- provided
> we are actually having a meeting this month! I haven't seen anything on the
> TriZPUG website about a June meeting.
This month is too soon for me to be prepared for a talk...  August
would give me plenty of time.  Is there enough interest for an August
presentation?

-Frank


25 Jun 17:34 2007

### Meeting tomorrow (was Re: Jython talk?)

David Handy wrote:
> I haven't been able to attend any TriZPUG meetings for a while, but I am
> able to attend the one being held the 4th Tuesday of this month -- provided
> we are actually having a meeting this month! I haven't seen anything on the
> TriZPUG website about a June meeting.

It's Capstrat's turn. I just spoke with Paul. He was away on a family
emergency last week and it snuck up on him. I was away on vacation, so I
wasn't paying attention, either. :) Anyway, here's the deal:

We will meet at Capstrat tomorrow (Tuesday June 25) at 7pm. The topics
are: YOU! Be prepared to stand up and talk for five minutes on what you
learned about Python in the last month or what you've been working on
with Python in the last month. Like, while I was on vacation last week,
I installed Plone 3 beta 3 on my laptop just for giggles. I may show
that. I think Paul will probably have something to say about whatever
Django he's been working on.

There will also be a really, really nice Python related door prize. You
want to show up just in case you might win this really, really nice
thing. All I will tell you about it is that way back in TriZPUG's deep
past, there was a four hour long TriZPUG presentation about it once. I
believe that meeting holds the record for longest TriZPUG presentation.
And we still went out to a bar afterwards. :)

The website will be updated with a meeting announcement today. We
apologize for the slackitude. It wasn't intentional and we really did
plan for it to work differently. We actually have about a dozen people
who could handle this if they wish.



25 Jun 17:38 2007

### Geoff Davis update

Here's something of interest to many of you about one of TriZPUG's
co-founders:

--

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Sincerely,

Chris Calloway
http://www.seacoos.org
office: 332 Chapman Hall   phone: (919) 962-4323
mail: Campus Box #3300, UNC-CH, Chapel Hill, NC 27599


25 Jun 18:01 2007

### Re: Meeting tomorrow (was Re: Jython talk?)

Chris Calloway wrote:
> The website will be updated with a meeting announcement today.

Done:

http://trizpug.org/
http://trizpug.org/meetings/
http://trizpug.org/Members/psmith/june-07-mtg/
http://trizpug.org/Members/psmith/capstrat-directions/

Remember, there will be a really, really nice Python related door prize. :)

--

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Sincerely,

Chris Calloway
http://www.seacoos.org
office: 332 Chapman Hall   phone: (919) 962-4323
mail: Campus Box #3300, UNC-CH, Chapel Hill, NC 27599



Gmane