Hi Y'all, I have currently implemented a object repository which uses dynamic Acquisition wrapping to create an illusion of a object hierarchy.
This means that sub object isn't contained in there parents rather in the repository and this effectively breaks export/import behavior and other behavior that rely in it such as CopySupport.
After doing some testing I've noticed that I can "stack" export files in the same file by just keeping the file open between the calls to exportFile (and the same for importFile). In this way I could stack a number of export files in one file (this could be used to export a set of object in a Folder in one file so it might be useful for Zope Core as well).
Now the problem is that the import has no way to know where to create the object, in my case I can let the repository handle this using meta data in the objects. The repository has a fixed structure, but in regular OFS the structure might vary from system to system. It could be used to import all object to the current folder, if name collision are taken care of.
Any thought on this? Anybody done something remotely similar?
Could this be a useful feature in Zope core someway?
Best Regards, Johan Carlsson
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