David Johnson wrote:
We do mostly SQL/RDBMS. We have tried ZAlchmey, and SQLOs, but we find
them both a bit limiting and simultaneous complex to get them to work
they way we wanted. In general when one develops and RDBMS application
of any size, the database structure can get very complex. In order to
integrate them into Zope 3 just right, it's best to manually code the
containers and objects. We have been able to simplify the process quite
a bit and we are very happy with it. It's amazing scalable. If you
do decide to go this way, I would be glad to share our RBDMS package and
procedures. We've developed some guidelines to improve development. We
use MySQL exclusively.
Now, where should we start with it in Zope3 to connect it to an RDBMS?
Do I take this to mean you are just using SQL and not any "integrated"
Z3 solution? I ask because I have Oracle databases at work and would
like to try Z3 out with that. I have no problem doing my own SQL (I kind
of prefer it).
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