With that I can implement some business logic for the merchant objects
in an object oriented manner, so these objects know how to handle themselves.

read the article in (http://www.zope.org/Members/michel/ZB/RelationalDatabases.html) 
object-relational binding, there you find some more detailed descriptions but I think 
it is still a
 little bit underdocumented...

BTW in meanwhile I've found the answer to my question below:
you can just bind ZClasses to a SQL method that are not marked as persistent.


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On 03.11.2000 at 14:11 MANUEL JOSE AMADOR BRIZ wrote:

>What is this ZClass binding for? What\'s its purpose?
>Quoting Philipp Auersperg <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>:
>> For ZSQL Methods it is possible to bind a ZClass to the records.
>> These can be selected from te combo box labeled \'ZClass\' in the
>> \'advanced\'  tab of the SQLMethod\'s management screen,
>> but there is always listed just one ZClass.
>> My question:
>> Why is there just one ZClass selectable, even if there are many ZClasses
>> defined?
>> Is that a bug or a feature?
>> thanks
>> phil
>   Universidad Federico Santa Maria - Campus Guayaquil
>             Enviado por:  www.usm.edu.ec

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