On Thu, Mar 11, 2004 at 11:49:34AM +0000, Chris Withers wrote:
> Marco Bizzarri wrote:
> 
> > I'm trying something inspired to that at the moment... I succeeded in
> > installing an hack, very inspired from your code (but at a much simpler
> > level) and some code in the SecurityManager,
> 
> ?!

Look in AccessControl/SecurityManagement.py, the getSecurityManager()...
it does in that way.

> > where I mantain a dictionary
> > of connections, indexed by the result of thread.get_ident(). 
> 
> :-(

I know, it is an hack :(

> > Once a
> > thread needs a new connection, either it is present in the dictionary
> > or not. If it is present, give it to the thread and assign that to the
> > _v_database_connection attribute. Otherwise, create a new one, put in
> > the dictionary, and go on as before.
> 
> When do these connections get closed?

Never, for the moment.


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