Hi, I am currently writing a doctest for one of my persistent classes. It's purpose is to check, if object modifications, e.g. through methods, are really persistent, however, my objects are magically remembered, therefore I cannot properly test them.
My doctest looks like this: >>> from ZODB import FileStorage, DB >>> storage = FileStorage.FileStorage('tests/tmp/test.fs') >>> db = DB(storage) >>> conn = db.open() >>> dbroot = conn.root() >>> x = myClass() >>> dbroot['x'] = x Now I can do some modifications of my object, call some methods which modify the object and call transaction.commit(). Next I want to somehow close the database, reopen it, read my object and check if my modifications were really stored, e.g.: >>> conn.close() >>> db.close() >>> conn = db.open() >>> dbroot = conn.root() >>> y = dbroot['x'] But unfortunately, the following applies: >>> x is y True This is bad, as it means that Python/ZODB magically remembered my object and did not reread it from the database. Therefore I cannot correctly check persistence issues. What is the suggested solution to this? Best Regards, Hermann -- [EMAIL PROTECTED] GPG key ID: 299893C7 (on keyservers) FP: 0124 2584 8809 EF2A DBF9 4902 64B4 D16B 2998 93C7 _______________________________________________ Zope3-users mailing list Zope3email@example.com http://mail.zope.org/mailman/listinfo/zope3-users