[Zope-dev] Re: ZCatalog Scalability

2001-01-17 Thread Christopher Petrilli
Unfortunately, it won't change in b1, it might change before the final release if I can find a better solution. The problem is in the Vocabulary, not in the Catalog itself. One of the things I'm focusing on is improving the algorithms that are used for doing globbing. Chris - Original

Re: [Zope-dev] Re: ZCatalog Scalability

2001-01-17 Thread Michael Bernstein
Christopher Petrilli wrote: Unfortunately, it won't change in b1, it might change before the final release if I can find a better solution. The problem is in the Vocabulary, not in the Catalog itself. One of the things I'm focusing on is improving the algorithms that are used for doing

Re: [Zope-dev] Re: ZCatalog Scalability

2001-01-17 Thread Chris Withers
Michael Bernstein wrote: Christopher Petrilli wrote: Unfortunately, it won't change in b1, it might change before the final release if I can find a better solution. The problem is in the Vocabulary, not in the Catalog itself. One of the things I'm focusing on is improving the

Re: [Zope-dev] Re: ZCatalog Scalability

2001-01-17 Thread Andy McKay
Michael Bernstein wrote: Christopher Petrilli wrote: Unfortunately, it won't change in b1, it might change before the final release if I can find a better solution. The problem is in the Vocabulary, not in the Catalog itself. One of the things I'm focusing on is improving

Re: [Zope-dev] Re: ZCatalog Scalability

2001-01-17 Thread Chris Withers
For a similar project (http://mailarchive.activestate.com) we too use a MSSQL back end, for various reasons similar to Chris. I'm not worried about it, once upon a time I tried to stick everying in the ZODB. To me one of Zope's great strengths is it's portability and connectivity to other