If you can't do ZEO magic, you'll have to go about it some RPC (remote procedure call) way. Currently XML-RPC support is good in Zope. There's an XMLRPC Method product for the calling, and Zope can do the serving automagically. If you're looking for something more transparent, I seem to remember something like that existing some time ago. Whether it still does...
Your idea sounds interesting and require more investigation
on my part. I need to write application on a remote zope server
(via wan, not part of our domain, but an extranet site) to access
database tables on my domain.
I don't think the other server has ZEO running. (Neither do I, but
I can do it since zope server is mine.) The other side may so
"No," in which case would I still be able to do what you say with
DBTab? Ie., without ZEO on the other side?
Maybe XMLRPC Proxy is what I was thinking of, but probably not. Maybe somebody with a better memory can inform.
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