I have a non-zope zeo client that pumps data into a storage server for later consumption by a zope zeo client. Everything is Zope 2.7.5.
The non-zope client has logic that looks roughly like:
for work in queue: try:
# do work, change zodb objects, etc
Does anything look amiss there?
The reason I ask is that it works fine, unless someone changes something via the zope zeo client resulting in a conflict error on the non-zope zeo client. When that happens, the work where the conflict occurs gets put back in the queue, but seems to conflict again next time round, even though the change on the zope zeo client is long since committed and passed. The "work" effectively gets stuck in an endless loop of being retried and then conflicterror'ing :-(
Any ideas why that could be?
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