'module' object has no attribute 'systemPathToFileUrl'

Asked by Toan on 2011-02-22

I use web2py python framework with python26 & Open Office 3.3 mode server. Pls help me on this bug:

 File "E:/web2py1.90.6/applications/hdxd/controllers/plugin_report.py", line 277, in pos
    renderer.run()
  File "E:\web2py1.90.6\site-packages\appy\pod\renderer.py", line 345, in run
    self.finalize()
  File "E:\web2py1.90.6\site-packages\appy\pod\renderer.py", line 462, in finalize
    output = self.callOpenOffice(resultOdtName, resultType)
  File "E:\web2py1.90.6\site-packages\appy\pod\renderer.py", line 387, in callOpenOffice
    self.ooPort).run()
  File "E:\web2py1.90.6\site-packages\appy\pod\converter.py", line 70, in __init__
    self.docUrl, self.docPath = self.getInputUrls(docPath)
  File "E:\web2py1.90.6\site-packages\appy\pod\converter.py", line 88, in getInputUrls
    return uno.systemPathToFileUrl(docAbsPath), docAbsPath
AttributeError: 'module' object has no attribute 'systemPathToFileUrl'

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2011-02-23
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2011-02-23

Hello !
Please could you try this:

at the beginning of file appy\pod\converter.py, add "import unohelper"

In the same file, instead of calling "uno.systemPathToFileUrl", replace it with a call to "unohelper.systemPathToFileUrl"

Does it work ?
Thanks a lot!
Cheers
Gaetan

Toan (toan75) said : #2

Thank Gaetan.

I tried and It's done same error. I think it's missing pyuno.py? Where i can find it?

>>> import pyuno
Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "<stdin>", line 1, in <module>
ImportError: DLL load failed: The specified module could not be found.

Toan.

So it seems that your problem is not POD-related, but is tied to your Python interpreter which is not fully UNO-compliant.
OpenOffice ships with a UNO-compliant Python interpreter, is it the one you use? Typically such an interpreter can be found in <where_you_installed_OO>/program
In the Renderer you can specify a param with the path to a UNO-compliant Python interpreter, if the one running appy.pod isn't.
Gaetan

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