> Wade Leftwich wrote:
> > +1 from the standpoint of promoting corporate adoption, especially
> > combined with first-class citizenship for RDBMS. (In the corporation I
> > work for, anyway.)
> Shane wrote:
> Yes, RDBMS would become a first-class citizen. New users would be able
> to write some page templates and SQL scripts on the filesystem and have
> them work with no extra effort. I know I'd like that capability myself.
> However, I expect ZODB to continue to be the dominant platform for
> writing Zope applications, because ZODB is quite productive for writing
> abstract applications.
This statement probably needs discussion and elaboration. First-class SQL
has different meaning to different people.
Some would like per-user connections, so that ACLs and restricted views
Others would like prepared statement support, and possibly stored
Most of this is not available through the Python DB-API, and I doubt that
we will be
able to expose that kind of support.
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