On Mon, May 10, 2010 at 5:22 PM, Laurence Rowe <l...@lrowe.co.uk> wrote:
> On 10 May 2010 21:41, Jim Fulton <j...@zope.com> wrote:
>> A. Change transaction._transaction.AbortSavepoint to remove the
>>   datamanager from the transactions resources (joined data managers)
>>   when the savepoint is rolled back and abort called on the data
>>   manager. Then, if the data manager rejoins, it will have joined
>>   only once.
>>   Update the documentation of the data manager abort method (in
>>   IDataManager) to say that abort is called either when a transaction
>>   is aborted or when rolling back to a savepoint created before the
>>   data manager joined, and that the data manager is no longer joined
>>   to the transaction after abort is called.
>>   This is a backward incompatible change to the interface (because it
>>   weakens a precondition) that is unlikely to cause harm.
>> I plan to implement A soon if there are no objections.
>> Unless someone somehow convinced me to do D, I'll also add an
>> assertion in the Transaction.join method to raise an error if a
>> data manager joins more than once.
> Option A sounds sensible. It also means I won't have to change
> anything in the zope.sqlalchemy data manager.

Very cool. I was hoping non-ZODB-data-manager authors
were paying attention. :)

If anyone knows of any other, I would appreciate someone forwarding
this thread to them.


Jim Fulton
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