Hi Leonardo,

> Check your transaction boundaries. One of the reasons that most
> solutions are based on an external request is that the Zope request
> handler starts a transaction in the begining of the request and commits
> it at the end (or rolls it back if there's an exception).

this is basically done by get_transaction().begin/commit/rollback + cleanup
per executed MicroThread. We have played a lot with Zope-Transactions
I think this is manageable .. Thanks for the Hint :)

> Nice idea. It certainly opens a lot of possibilities (and maybe a huge
> can of worms :-). Hope you can pull it off :-)

Thats one of the points I could think of too .. to really make all this
work, one must probably simulate different users, that "run" the processes
and plug into the security-machinery .. I haven't explored this in detail 

thank for your reply

Ulrich Eck
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