On Mon, Jun 2, 2008 at 7:56 AM, Junyong Pan <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote: > I found zam has very nice interface. And it's pluggable structure is > quite flexible. > > I wan't to use it for my new application. But I don't know if zam is > created for this purpose. > > Can anyone talk more about ZAM? When ZAM is mature, what will it > influence the zope world? For example, will most prodcuts be released > as installable zamplugins, Just like what Plone products like? > > I found so few information about zam. It really need more documentations. > > Thanks.
Roger Ineichen can give you the best response to this question. ZAM stands for Zope Application Management. I wouldn't use it as the basis for your application, however I have been using it quite successfully as the "administrative" side of a web application. This includes things like browsing the object hierarchy, viewing error logs, managing the server process, and some other basic tasks that were provided by the Rotterdam skin. ZAM provides the functionality that just about every website needs, but which you rarely want to expose to end users. As I see it, ZAM is just a zope component which you can use in your web application for common administrative tasks - it is not a platform in the same way Zope 2 is. I hope that was somewhat helpful. -- Paul Carduner http://www.carduner.net _______________________________________________ Zope3-users mailing list Zope3firstname.lastname@example.org http://mail.zope.org/mailman/listinfo/zope3-users