I would try having the SQLRelay listener on the Zope server and see what that
does.

--Seth

martin f krafft ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote:
>
> also sprach Seth Gottlieb <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> [2006.01.18.1523 +0100]:
> > You might also consider using SQLRelay.  I wrote some blog posts talking
> > about connecting to a relational database.  There might be some useful
> > information there:
> >
> > http://contenthere.blogspot.com/2005/12/zoracle-part-i-problem.html
> > http://contenthere.blogspot.com/2005/12/zoracle-part-ii-solution.html
> > http://contenthere.blogspot.com/2005/12/zoracle-part-iii-connecting-zope-to.html
>
> These are very interesting. However, with SQLRelay, I am still bound
> to use SQLRelayDA for Zope, and as Charlie postulated that stale
> database connections are in part due to Zope's DA framework,
> I wonder how using SQLRelay would address the problem; if the
> connection to the SQLRelay server is lost, Zope would similarly hang
> itself up, wouldn't it?
>
> Or do you recommend running SQLRelay on the Zope server? How does
> SQLRelay then manage a connection that is stale?
>
> Thanks,
>
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