Nevermind-->Re: [Twisted-Python] A little newbie help, please?
kunger at intersight.com
Fri Oct 31 00:33:13 EST 2003
I figured it out -- I constructed my page using a non-keyword arg which
was interpreted by woven as the model, I guess. Used a keyword ag and
it be wokring.
On Thursday, October 30, 2003, at 09:21 PM, Kevin Unger wrote:
> I'm getting this error message in my woven app:
> Node had a mode=imageSizeList attribute, but hte submodel was not
> found in [<twisted.web.woven.model.StringModel instance at 0x730030:
> wrapped data: /Users/kunger/........blah>]
> My template looks like this:
> <span model="imageSizeList" view="List">
> <tr bgcolor="#FFFFF" align="center" pattern="listItem">
> <td model="0" view="Text"></td>
> <td model="1" view="Text"></td>
> <td model="3" view="Text"></td>
> My Page subclass that renders this template has a model factory:
> def wmfactory_imageSizeList(self, request):
> This never gets executed, but the page is being instanced and
> obviously the template is being traversed.
> This page has a parent page that follows the same pattern -- similar
> kind of list in the template and model factory, and that page works
> fine. That page retuns this page like so:
> def wchild_image_sizes(self, request):
> return ImageSizeConfigurator(self.root)
> Why isn't my model factory being called?
> Thank muchly in advance,
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