On Wednesday 06 November 2002 8:33 am, Janko Hauser wrote:

> Just an idea from the 'could-be-done-if-needed-department'. Generally
> there is quite often the need to have non-undoable properties in
> different objects of a site. There is one way to store it in the
> temporary storage, which is ram based, and not shared between ZEO
> instances. But if a second non-undoable storage is mounted it could be
> stored there and could be shared between ZEOC.
> To make this more transparent, one could perhaps implement something
> like a special propertysheetobject, which stores its properties in this
> mounted storage.
> Is there anything obviously wrong with this idea?

the problem is that cross-storage references are tricky.

Mixing undoable and non-undoable *objects* in the same storage is on the to-do 
list for DirectoryStorage, http://dirstorage.sourceforge.net

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