Re: [Zope-dev] Migrating from ZClasses to Python Products

2000-10-25 Thread Jason Spisak
Toby Dickenson: Thanks for the advice. I have looked at that before, and having a hybrid ZClass/Python product seemed to place a lot of design considerations heavily in the python base class. I've looked _holdOntoYourButts before as well. Thanks again, On Tue, 24 Oct 2000 20:16:30 GMT,

Re: [Zope-dev] Migrating from ZClasses to Python Products

2000-10-25 Thread Jason Spisak
Ender writes: Point taken. Jason Spisak wrote: Ender writes: Jason Spisak wrote: The only problem I am dealing with is size. What kind of a transaction will that be? Huge, no doubt. I would run out of space to buffer it. Does Zope do subtransactions now,

[Zope-dev] Migrating from ZClasses to Python Products

2000-10-24 Thread Jason Spisak
And now the big question... How do you migrate and existing application from ZClasses to Python products? I've got about 50,000 objects. Can it be done or am I stuck with ZClasses? Hopefully, Jason Spisak CIO HireTechs.com 6151 West Century Boulevard Suite 900 Los Angeles, CA 90045 P.

Re: [Zope-dev] Migrating from ZClasses to Python Products

2000-10-24 Thread Jason Spisak
Andy McKay writes: Cool Project... That means I'm screwed. :) And now the big question... How do you migrate and existing application from ZClasses to Python products? I've got about 50,000 objects. Can it be done or am I stuck with ZClasses? Well the number of objects doesnt