2010/8/25 Jaroslav Lukesh <luk...@seznam.cz>

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> ----- Puvodní zpráva ----- Od: "Andreas Jung" <li...@zopyx.com>
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>> I would assume that you can use DTML-IN for looping and generating
>> multiple SQL statements of the same kind. You have to ensure that
>> the statements having a proper delimiter (there was something in DTML?!
>> DTML-SQLDELIMITER?...no idea, you need to checks the docs of this
>> ancient technology).
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> DTML is mature, not ancient. For ZSQL is DTML the best one.


For ZSQL methods perhaps - fortunately we moved on and we are having
higher-level
solutions like ORMs for implementing SQL connectivity in a more clean way.
Of course, use SQL and ZSQL methods if you need to...but from the
prospective
of software architecture we have better solutions in our toolbox.


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> Did you try to make many small dynamic javascript in one page with ZPT?
> Yeah, python scripts calling, instead of placing small dtml code into
> javascript in page...
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> ZPT is more academic platform, than for everyday usage.


Truly  nonsense.  ZPT is the adopted solution in the Zope universe for doing
templating - for a variety of reasons
(e.g. support for unicode, ZPT is maintained - DTML has not seen any changes
and fixes lately).

-aj

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