> 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.
It would be really nice to see your RDBMS package, so if this is
possible then please show it to us :)
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