Andreas Elvers wrote:
Personally I don't like to store big files (pictures and the like) in ZODB. Zope provides you the functionality to store this data outside of ZODB (somewhere on the harddrive). Although commonly a reference still exists in ZODB in form of a content object. This content object has the knowledge to access the stored data.


Be careful here, getting transactional semantics right with files _not_ in ZODB is hard and not something many people get right...

cheers,

Chris

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