Hi, I am creating a kind of Zope proxy to a 3rd party COM object (I'm accessing it using Pywin32 facilities). I have to store a reference to this object somewhere in my Zope object. But, for obvious reasons, this COM object cannot be serialized so I cannot put it in any attribute of my Zope object. On the other side, initialisation of the object on each request is too time&cost-consuming.
>From what I read on the web and this list, _v_xxxx fields won't solve my >problem, because the _v_xxxx field may be reset in any time, when >(de)serialization occurs. So I have a question, which may be generalized: how to properly store/cache a handle or a reference to some OS resource, if I cannot create/alloc and destroy/dealloc it on every request? I have read somewhere that possibly I can use module variables for this purpose. Is it the 'right' way? _______________________________________________ Zope3-users mailing list Zope3firstname.lastname@example.org http://mail.zope.org/mailman/listinfo/zope3-users