I need a few advises.
I'm building a new Zope3 site, including :
 - a 'back-office' server, containing all internal data handled by
contributors and administrators, including drafts, versioning,
workflows, publication, archiving...
 - a 'front-office' server, containing a selection of published data
available to the outside.

I need to be able to synchronize data from back-office to front-office,
so that :
 - all the maintenance is made on the back-office server
 - any published data is made available to the front-office
 - any retired data is deleted from the front-office immediately.

To handle such a task, I was thinking about using :
 - a ZEO server instance on the front-office server,
 - and a ZEO ClientStorage on the back-office to handle replication of
data to the front-office.

Of course, I'm far from sure if this is the best way to handle my
There may be several approachs (using XML-RPC ?) and as I'm not a great
ZODB or ZEO specialist, any advise would be greatly welcome.


  Thierry Florac
  Chef de projet intranet/internet
  Office National des Forêts - Département Informatique
  2, Avenue de Saint-Mandé
  75570 PARIS Cedex 12
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