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Chris Spencer wrote:
> Would it be possible for two ZODBs to keep in sync with one another,
> through a mechanism similar to what ZEO employs? The idea is to make a
> something like a ZEO client that can survive being "cut-off" from the
> server, by having a local copy of the database. Of course, I'm not sure
> how the two would synchronize after being reconnected. Is this at all
> feasible?

Zope Corporation's Zope Replication Services products operates along
those lines:

 http://www.zope.com/products/zope_replication_services.html


Tres.
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