Hurrahhh ! it works now. On Mon, 26 Nov 2001, Andreas Jung wrote: I also checked-in a newer version of ZServer/HTTPResponse.py some minutes ago to provide a general Etag support. This should work now. Andreas - Original Message - From: Joachim Schmitz [EMAIL PROTECTED] To:
You should be able to pass the database into a thread object and obtain a connection from it in order to manipulate the underlying database like so: class YourThread(threading.Thread): def __init__(self, db): self.db = db def run(self): threading.Thread.run(self)
Hi, I've that code :
The long outstanding problem that WinWord treated a .html file as read-only when it has been opened through WebDAV/webfolder is finally resolved. Joachim Schmitz gave the hint that WinWord depends on the HTTP ETAG header that Zope usually did not send. This behaviour is odd because HTTP 1.1 does
Hallo Andreas, I downloaded and installed the new DTMLMethod.py, but no change in behavior, did you test it ? I looked at the networkdump, and still no Etag in the HTTPResponse :-( On Mon, 26 Nov 2001, Andreas Jung wrote: The long outstanding problem that WinWord treated a .html file as
Hello, I am having trouble with Zope 2.4.3 and Python 2.1.1 and a stack overflow problem. I have upped the maxthreads and per process (doubled) stack that Michael suggested on a previous message (http://lists.zope.org/pipermail/zope-dev/1999-November/002116.html), but that did not fix the
Current thinking is to build a tiny little ZODB implementation in C (anybody have one?) to access the DB on the handheld, plugged into a tiny little HTTP server like thttpd or Abyss, and an embedded browser like ViewML to access it. ZODB is pretty intimately connected to Python.
Hi! Has anyone out there tried this already? Last we heard, Mailman was a standalone CGI program, and in order to make it work with Zope you had to run both Mailman and Zope behind another web server (such as Apache). Yes, but if you control the Mailman from Zope, you will of course not