larry.bates at websafe.com`
Thu Jul 3 22:14:36 CEST 2008
Tim Cook wrote:
> On Thu, 2008-07-03 at 14:20 -0500, Larry Bates wrote:
>> I suspect there is some "misunderstanding" here. Why exactly do you think you
>> need to have your instances named with  characters in them?
> I often misunderstand. :-)
> But, I am implementing specifications in Python that are already
> implemented in other languages.
> These specifications say that an archetype node id consists of
> identifiers like [at0000] and [at0001]. Now these are valid URIs and
> the associated query language (AQL) used by other services will send
> queries with those characters in them.
> For example:
> FROM EHR [ehr_id/value=$ehrUid] CONTAINS COMPOSITION
> CONTAINS OBSERVATION obs [openEHR-EHR-OBSERVATION.blood_pressure.v1]
>> = 140
> Since I am also using Zope3 it would be easier on me to name the
> instances with those characters.
> But my fall back is to set at0000.__name__='[at0000]' and manipulate the
> query to match __name__ instead of the actual instance ID.
If these will be class attributes, I believe you can use setattr()
setattr('[at0000]') = ...
obj = getattr(self, '[at0000]')
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