Philipp von Weitershausen wrote:
Robert Hicks wrote:
While the ZODB looks like a great example my question should have been:
"I am using Oracle at work
Does this imply you *need* or *want* to use it for a web application? If
you don't have to, consider alternatives such as Zope's object store
That would be subjective I guess. I would *want* to use Oracle since we
have an enterprise license for it and that is probably the best way to
store the data for posterity. I guess I can use the ZODB and then if I
ever have to leave the project or something I could just write a
and I am looking into using Z3 as the solution
Solution to what?
but I was wondering if there was an example of creating a CRUD
(Create, Read, Update, Delete) application that is prevelant in
Turbogears, Django and the like.
Well, most of the time we don't think in terms of CRUD, even though we
might be doing it.
Ah, well I guess I will have to "unlearn what I have learned". : )
Zope is about objects. Where these objects come from doesnt' really
matter to Zope. They can come from Zope's object store, they can also
come from a relational database. Doesn't matter. In Zope you create
objects, you modify them and you display them.
The example they use is a wiki application where the add, modify and
delete simple wiki entries."
There's a similar example for Zope 3:
Cool, thanks for the info.
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