On Wed, 2006-17-05 at 10:18 +0000, Reinhold Strobl wrote: > > I'm not a Zope expert, but to me it sounds like you want to solve a > > problem with Zope, which it is not intended for. If you want to > > implement complex distributed scenarios use SOAP, XML-RPC, CORBA, DCOM, > > ... or whatever suits your needs. > > Then you could still implement a thin Zope utility, which wraps access > > to such an service, to allow easy access from within a Zope application. > > > So, am I right, if Zope is mainly intended for (single) web applications and > no > distributed complex component architecture?
It sounds to me like you're trying to use Zope components in a fashion like J2EE components are meant (but rarely ever are) to run. J2EE will do it a little (but not much) more transparent than Zope will, but its quite doable with Zope. Running multiple Zope app server instances (like you would run multiple j2ee instances) and have the components communicate via xml-rpc (probably xml-rpc views) is pretty close to what j2ee does to communicate between components using RMI/CORBA. The advantage that j2ee has in this scenario is that most of the heavy duty j2ee implementations (weblogic, websphere, etc) support transaction handling across distributed components in a very flexible manner. It may be doable to construct something similar with Zope but I've not tried. - Rocky -- Rocky Burt ServerZen Software -- http://www.serverzen.com News About The Server (blog) -- http://www.serverzen.net
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