On Sep 13, 2006, at 3:42 AM, Edward K. Ream wrote:

Thanks to all who replied. The pointer to the correct documentation will be
most helpful.

I just awoke (at 2 a.m.) with the way forward. In true prototype fashion, Leo's new zodb-read and zodb-write commands will simply disallow multiple connections. So at most one 'zodb outline' can be open at any time and a
zodb/Leo outline will use a single, long-lasting connection.

This scheme is dead simple (and can easily be tested!) and it will give Leo's users at least 90% of what they want, namely the ability to store and retrieve any particular Leo outline in a zodb. Indeed, this prototype is
likely to be all that is ever needed.

Excellent!  I'm glad you feel like you have a way forward.

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