maybe you should try to put your data in a list or a dictionary.  Anyone can help with the syntax?  I can't remember... =)
Paul Zwarts wrote:
Hi all,

I am new to Zope but worked for 2 years in a dev-env called Uniface so
Im fairly up to speed on Zope quickly. But I am having a problem writing
data through a REQUEST.set that is larger than its apparent limit.
(sorry can remember the exact error i get from Zope)

What I am trying to do is collect in a field a large list of emails that
are gathered in a dtml-in statement with a REQUEST.set('all', all +
email) nested in the loop. While appending the namespace to store the
data in PGSQL, i always get the size error which i assume is coming from
the publisher saying that a the request can only have a byte size of
1800 bytes or so.

Im not so hot with straight SQL because Uniface had its own methods, so
Im not sure if I can append data directly to a stored field or if I need
to continue trying to use the REQUEST.set. After the hundreth occurence
in the IN, the namespace I use to store the appended data, so I cannot
fully make a list of 2000 occurences. Any ideas?

Sorry, no code to show what Im doing but it should be pretty easy to
understand for all you veterans out there...


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