Does anyone know how to Override a View Class when the view is specifically for the default view?
We would like to override some of the browser view classes like BatchFolderContentsView, but we cannot seem to get the changes to appear unless we manually enter a @@ style url for whatever the
name= field is in our configure.zcml .
However, (for the BatchFolder example specifically) we have tried using the naming conventions:
(Default) with no success in changing which view is rendered by default.
This is what we have for it so far in our addon:
browser/configure.zcml we added:
<!-- Override BatchFolder View Class --> <browser:page name="BatchFolder" class=".batchfolder.CustomBatchFolderContentsView" permission="cmf.ListFolderContents" for="bika.lims.interfaces.IBatchFolder" layer="nal.lims.interfaces.INalLimsLayer" />
And then in our
browser/batchfolder.py we added:
from bika.lims.browser.batchfolder import BatchFolderContentsView #Some other imports class CustomBatchFolderContentsView(BatchFolderContentsView): #Our customized BatchFolder view class
If we navigate to
localhost:8080/oursenaitesite/.../@@BatchFolder we successfully see our custom view. We would like this to be the Default
However, with the name field set to
name='base_edit' which is the name senaite aliases the (Default) view as, we don't get our custom view and ONLY get the Senaite default.
@mikejmets Thank you for that information! We have tried overriding the other package, but now cannot even get a new view.
Thus far we have added an
overrides.zcml file to our root that includes the browser directory:
<configure xmlns="http://namespaces.zope.org/zope" xmlns:browser="http://namespaces.zope.org/browser" i18n_domain="nal.lims"> <include package=".browser" /> </configure>
We then included this file in our main
configure.zcml file with:
<include file="overrides.zcml" />
We then added a
browser/overrides.zcml with the new browser:page registration according to the documentation linked about.
<configure xmlns="http://namespaces.zope.org/zope" xmlns:browser="http://namespaces.zope.org/browser" i18n_domain="nal.lims"> <!-- Override BatchFolder View Class --> <configure package="bika.lims.browser.batchfolder"> <browser:page for="bika.lims.interfaces.IBatchFolder" class="nal.lims.browser.batchfolder.CustomBatchFolderContentsView" name="base_edit" layer="nal.lims.interfaces.INalLimsLayer" permission="cmf.ListFolderContents" /> </configure> </configure>
Nevermind, we figured it out!
It worked following the official Overriding a View Class documentation, but with the exception that we needed some Senaite interfaces to get everything working correctly.
The solution was using these interfaces instead of the
IDefaultPloneLayer for our root level interface layer.
from senaite.impress.interfaces import ILayer as ISenaiteImpressLayer from senaite.lims.interfaces import ISenaiteLIMS from bika.lims.interfaces import IBikaLIMS #Layer our custom views bind to class INalLimsLayer(ISenaiteImpressLayer, ISenaiteLIMS, IBikaLIMS): """Marker interface that defines a browser layer."""
Does anyone know how to get the Navigation to re-load the name for a folder?
During install, my addon changes both the Factory Type
title field, as well as the top level folder from "Methods" to "SOPs". The folder title field is changed using the API:
def post_install(context): """Post install script""" # Do something at the end of the installation of this package. site = api.get_portal() #Change 'Methods' folder title to 'SOPs' site.methods.title = "SOPs"
and the FTI is changed using a purging property:
<?xml version="1.0"?> <object name="Methods" meta_type="Factory-based Type Information with dynamic views" xmlns:i18n="http://xml.zope.org/namespaces/i18n" i18n:domain="my.addon"> <property name="title" purge="True">SOPs</property> </object>
but the Navigation portlet doesn't register the change unless I create an entirely new folder. It looks correct in the ZMI, in the navigation control panel at:
http://localhost:8080/senaite/@@navigation-controlpanel, and in the Breadcrumbs, but not in the Navigation portlet itself.
Is it possible to retract/modify results in a worksheet after they have been verified? We made a mistake in data entry and did not realize it until the publish stage. Need to revise that result in the worksheet but its stuck in "verified" state. Thanks
I believe by default, samples must be invalidated and retested if they've made it all the way the the Verified state. They cannot be 'unverified' since that sort of implies they were not truly verified in the first place. A workflow for that could be added via an add-on though.
Hi, we have more than one lab and are trying to find out how to to limit what is visible/accessible to the separate lab managers to only what they create.Is this possible?
For example, LabManagerA can only see clients and interact with samples they create. LabManagerB is unable see/edit any of LabManagerA's clients/samples etc
Is there a straightforward way to change the Toolbar Logo in Senaite v2.x? It seems to function much differently than v1.3
If anyone is interested, Ramonski gave and answer to this question, and we have verified it works! We did notice that Mr. Developer automatically creates a renamed location for the static resources though, so we needed to use
default_methodto a AT Adapter? We have adapters that modify AnalysisRequests, but every time we try a default method we get a
OUR_CUSTOM_FIELD.default_method is neither a method of <class 'bika.lims.content.analysisrequest.AnalysisRequest'> nor a callableerror
@NEWAGE-Labs Thanks for reply on Verified state. I'll need to program capability to downgrade the state because as we are less than 100% prefect in verification. This particular batch of samples had >500 analysis results and one was incorrect. Due to inability to downgrade verification, had to start over at the beginning and re-enter all of them with new AR identifications etc. Huge chore and now the AR IDs don't match our bench sheets. That's a big problem.
@Jeff-DFWEnv Did you try the
Invalidate workflow? It should at least give you a new sample ID that matches with an addition -R1 added to indicate it is a retest. While it does not match the bench sheets exactly, there is an auditable trail inside Senaite linking the original sample to the retested sample. I believe the original results get moved over by default as well, but in an earlier state.
New to gitter, you could have guessed :)
I'm currently collecting information about communication between a LIS and instruments. I've seen that a few years ago you drafted a project called FROID that was based on OpenHIM and FHIR. Can you share why this kind of approach was not used (as far as I can tell) in Senaite ?
@phb95 Not sure if this is actually the answer you were looking for, but This post may be of interest to you.
Hello everyone, I am a new user of SENAITE I am trying to modify the design of the report issued by software so I am trying to connect crystal report to the datasource of software but I couldnt find it so is there any information how to find it or if there are better idea for report design modification I will appreciate your help
In our custom Add-On, we wanted to renamed the type 'Sample Point' to 'Sample Location'. We did this by adding the SamplePoint factory type to our GenericSetup profile types.xml file, and changing only the title in SamplePoint.xml like so:
<?xml version="1.0"?> <object name="SamplePoint" meta_type="Factory-based Type Information with dynamic views" xmlns:i18n="http://xml.zop.org/namespaces/i18n" i18n:domain="nal.lims"> <property name="title" i18n:translate="">Sample Location</property> </object>
@elirabalison You can with a Multi-Report like we did in one of ours.
Pretty much wrap the pages you want the header in inside a
tal:repeat TAL tag, and then iterate over the collection passed to the multi-report. Note The name of the report needs to begin or end with the word 'multi'. Not 100% where the code is that controls that, but I believe it is currently built in.
@NEWAGE-Labs thank you. I tried what you sait but it doesn't work. It only appear on the first page. :( I need to make the logo appear in all page on single and multi report.
How is your report set up?
For a Single report it should be straightforward if you are manually outlining each page in HTML anyway, so you just need to throw the header onto each page.
For the multi-report, you should have at least one
tal:repeat tag or attribute in the report. Everything inside of that tag is being repeated which is what creates the seperate pages. If you add your header HTML immediately inside of that element, it will be repeated as well.
When I try to add senaite.lims at eggs in buildout.cfg and run buildout, I get the following error:
usrlcl@RoADN-Test:~/Plone/zinstance$ PYTHONHTTPSVERIFY=0 bin/buildout
Couldn't find index page for 'senaite.lims' (maybe misspelled?)
Getting distribution for 'senaite.lims'.
Couldn't find index page for 'senaite.lims' (maybe misspelled?)
Getting distribution for 'senaite.lims'.
Error: Couldn't find a distribution for 'senaite.lims'.
Please advice. Thank you.
Hello everyone, has anybody validated SENAITE in a GMP/GLP environment? If you have I'd like to hear about what worked and what didn't, how much effort it took ans so on. If you guys send me comments in private I can summarize your responses and post it here for everyone's benefit, otherwise just comment inline. Thank you very much.
We are an ISO:17025 2017 (and therefore ISO:9001 as well) accredited laboratory which tends to supercede the general GLPs. We use Senaite for the majority of our Quality Control system. However, we have added our own Plone Add-On in order to supplement certain functionality, and will likely continue to do so to meet the needs of our specific analyses.
With some simple HTML/CSS skills, you can accomplish a lot by simply creating custom Senaite Impress templates, and with some basic Python skills you could add callable methods to do pretty much anything in the Reports.
If you would like to use Senaite as a framework to expand into a more robust and customized LIMS for your specific laboratory, then you will likely need at least 1 senior Python developer who understands software development and working with Plone as a Framework. A larger DevOps team would increase the speed and magnitude of customizations you could make. Alternatively, the companies that support the core Senaite project offer customization consultation if you're looking for a vendor to manage your customized LIMS.
Hi,can anyone explain to me how to connect my instance to a remote database via IP/port (hosting the DB on a server while running the application locally) instead of local ZEO (DB)
@laitheyad There does not appear to be an official 'Plone' way to do this that is well documented. There is a thread about it, but the poster did not seem to have success. You could also dig around the zope documentation as there are likely multiple ways to move the zeoserver, filestorage, and blobstorage to different drives and get them to interact.
Generally, it seems you would need to change your
buildout.cfg file to use new
blobstorage= directories. However, we haven't actually done this before, so I'm not sure if IP:Port combos work by default or if you would need a webserver on the Database side to handle the request. I think your question may get a better answer in the Plone Community Forums though since this is more of a Zope/Plone question and there will be more users to help there.