On Sep 18, 2006, at 8:16 AM, Christian Theune wrote:

Jim Fulton wrote:

On Sep 17, 2006, at 3:24 PM, Christian Theune wrote:

I wonder whether this statement is true:

   Any connection handed out after the connection breaks the ACID
   compliance of the request.

I wonder what "Any connection handed out after the connection"

Argh. Obviously this was a broken sentence. :)

I wonder again:

    Would the ACID compliance break if we hand out any
    ZODB connection after the worker thread is completed.

And perhaps, implicitly, after the worker thread has closed the connection.

It is likely that all sorts of bad things would happen, as the connection might already have been haded to another thread,

Sidnei already mentioned to re-create a connection for the iterator to
be passed back with the tid that represents the right state as of the
end of the transaction in the worker thread.

Of course, ot would be a different instance of the iterator, Something like that could certainly work.


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