Will be testing it myself shortly, but has anyone already hooked up Zope to
SAP DB? It has been open sourced recently, and there are Python interfaces
available (as well as Perl, JDBC, PHP, ODBC and C/C++). For those who are
not familiar with it: it's a high end database used for
Well, I found it but - It's compiled against an older glibc...
Oh well. Looks like I'll miss the deadline to get the demo up, Unless
someone has some magic to pull somehow.
Uncle Jonathan's Magic Zope Recipe is here ;)
- Get a binary release of Zope and unpack into
Does anyone have any plans for CPAN like functionality for Zope? I'd
just love to install new products, update products already installed,
get notified when I need a Hotfix etc. The product listing at Zope.org
is getting longer all the time and I am having a hard time keeping up to
It would be a very good idea. The CPAN is the main strenght
of Perl (if someone cites the Vaults as a Python equivalent,
it means he never used the CPAN).
In the mean time, I've reserved czan.org and .net (for the
community: of course, I will give them back freely when
What does cpan give you that zope.org doesnt, I can go into
zope.org, look at modules documentation, download them and
so on. Same with CPAN. Ok so maybe it doesnt have simple and
interfaces to it such as listings by author, module and so
The next step would be automated
This is precisely what Zope's new cache management architecture is
designed to do. Just create the site then install a cache manager
object such as an "Accelerated HTTP Cache Manager", available in the
StandardCacheManagers product. Visit the "Associate" tab of the cache
manager to locate
I searched on several sites for Zope Marketing products like
e.g. high quality color PDF or slides, targeting management
or marketing people.
Not a bad idea. I wouldn't mind having a go at it, can someone at
DigiCool send me a large version of the Z ball logo and the fonts used
Which Linux distributions are you using for running Zope and how easy
it was for you to maximize security of your server?
Red Hat Linux 6.2 here. After a standard install, download and install
latest release of SSH. Open '/etc/inetd.conf', comment out all services.
Save and do a 'killall -HUP
Perhaps a typo? "vaporizes" fits pretty well there. My head
has done that before while working with Zope. :-)
Have you ever tried Java? If you love a vaporized head, switch to Java
and be sure to pick Oracle's Internet Application Server to be your
trustworthy companion on a steep learning
Actually, I burn a CD with the latest updates on it.
Install autorpm, then use autorpm to upgrade everything from the CD.
I do all of this BEFORE connecting to the net.
I've had boxes rooted within 60 minutes of connecting to the
net, before I started doing the above.
And if you browse the ActiveState site some more, you'll see
what they do for OSS. Who says that an OSS shop needs to run
exclusively on OSS or has no right to sell software
solutions? We at Digital Creations also use Windows NT and
other commercial software, and our services also come with
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