> -----Original Message-----
> From: Andy Dustman [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]
> Sent: Friday, June 30, 2000 11:42 AM
> To: Michael Blewett
> Subject: RE: [Zope] MySQL Select Statements

> It's a matter of perspective. I prefer to think of it as 0.2.2 breaks
> ZMySQLDA. This is because ZMySQLDA uses _mysql, and _mysql prior to 0.2.2
> implemented fetch_row(), fetch_rows(), fetch_all_rows(), and the
> ..._as_dict() variants.

Thanks for clarifying that.  I hope the 1.2.0 DA continues to follow your
(Andy's) changes to the MySQLdb so that we can have a nice, working, stable
db/DA combination.

> what the solution is for this. It may be necessary to have the ZMySQLDA
> package include another DA: ZMySQLTDA for transactions. The standard DA

Please not two DAs just for the difference in transaction support.

> Obviously the application designer will have to use the right DA for the
> right table type...

It should be as simple as the application designer actually knowing what
they're doing by knowing whether or not they're working with a table that
supports transactions or not, and just not using BEGIN/COMMIT/ROLLBACK when
they're not.  Or is it too much to ask that designers know what they're
doing? :-)


Ron Bickers
Logic Etc, Inc.

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