On 11/27/05, George Lee <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Lennart, do you mind sharing the code for your script? I don't know how much
> persistence, committing transactions, and other strange ZODB things Plone
> can hide from, affect how to do it.
I don't have it anymore, but it just traverses through all objects and
upgrades them if necessary.
> (Or -- is it possible to just recreate objects through Plone itself, rather
> through the ZODB?
That's the same thing.
> Or on the flip side, does having a Plone and not just a ZODB
> object mean it's more complicated to recreate the object because there's even
> more information about the object that needs to be recreated?)
No, a Plone object is just a ZODB object with a Plone base class. No difference.
For more information about ZODB, see the ZODB Wiki:
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