Tres Seaver schrieb:
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Not if the sessions being used are from 'faster' -- it doesn't use
IOBTree.  The major "application" use of that module is in the catalog.

you correct see below:

Try dumping out the contents of the bucket:

  for k, v in bucket.items():
      print k, type(v)

resolve <built-in method _p_resolveConflict of BTrees._IOBTree.IOBucket object at 0xb1ab82b4>

print root._p_jar[p64(0xb1ab82b4)]
*** POSKeyError: <ZODB.POSException.POSKeyError instance at 0xa8f9e6cc>

with the recepies here
I was able to get the information about the oid, which is passed to
tryToResolveConflict, here is the result

<BTrees._IOBTree.IOBTree object at 0xb562fadc>
<DateIndex at created>
<Products.ZCatalog.Catalog.Catalog object at 0xb12d622c>
<CatalogTool at portal_catalog>
<CPSDefaultSite at uniben>
<Application at >
{'Application': <Application at >, 'ZGlobals': <BTrees._OOBTree.OOBTree object at 0xb2739224>}

What does this tell us ?

Gruß Joachim

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