Re: [Zope] Interbase / Cacheing - A thought

2000-06-01 Thread Hannu Krosing
Ian Sparks wrote: Had a thought that I wanted to share. Interbase has a feature known as "event alerts". In a trigger you can post "events" which are just fixed data strings e.g. "DataAdded" or "Insert_tblUsers". PostgreSQL has them too. It's not (afaik) supported by DB-API, but could

Re: [Zope] Interbase / Cacheing - A thought

2000-06-01 Thread Ian Sparks
sync. via the event alerter mechanism. Just my thoughts. - Ian. - Original Message - From: "Hannu Krosing" [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: "Ian Sparks" [EMAIL PROTECTED] Cc: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Thursday, June 01, 2000 11:28 AM Subject: Re: [Zope] Interbase / Cacheing - A tho

Re: [Zope] Interbase / Cacheing - A thought

2000-06-01 Thread Cary O'Brien
Ian Sparks wrote: Had a thought that I wanted to share. Interbase has a feature known as "event alerts". In a trigger you can post "events" which are just fixed data strings e.g. "DataAdded" or "Insert_tblUsers". PostgreSQL has them too. It's not (afaik) supported by DB-API,

Re: [Zope] Interbase / Cacheing - A thought

2000-06-01 Thread Hannu Krosing
Cary O'Brien wrote: Ian Sparks wrote: Had a thought that I wanted to share. Interbase has a feature known as "event alerts". In a trigger you can post "events" which are just fixed data strings e.g. "DataAdded" or "Insert_tblUsers". PostgreSQL has them too. It's not

Re: [Zope] Interbase / Cacheing - A thought

2000-06-01 Thread Hannu Krosing
Ian Sparks wrote: Hannu, Does PostgresSQL allow you to have dynamic events? By this I mean can you do things like : PostEvent "Update_tblUsers_Record_" + new.RecordID; No, but it may change sometime (possibly soon) as PostgreSQL is an open-source product ... I believe that in