I am not sure what you all are talking about, but in anticipation of a more
adequate solution I am using a Gadfly database for a few years (sic!) now.
The table was created with a Z SQL method and is populated with a second Z
SQL method. Every now and then, when a restart of Zope is necessary, that
does not affect the contents of my Gadfly table in any sense. I guess the
"commit" is taken care of by the Z SQL method then? Furthermore, I live with
the assumption that every time the table is accessed it is loaded into RAM
in its entirety. Has that anything to do with the notion of persistence?
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> From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]On Behalf Of
> Dieter Maurer
> Sent: dinsdag 31 oktober 2000 22:38
> To: Chris Withers
> Cc: jacintha menezes; [EMAIL PROTECTED]
> Subject: Re: [Zope] Gadfly
> Chris Withers writes:
> > jacintha menezes wrote:
> > > I am using Gadfly database for Employee details.Kindly let me know
> > > whether there is any maximum limit for the space available.
> > Probably related to the memory in the machine you are running Zope on.
> > Bear in mind that gadfly databases are not persistent and loose their
> > contents when you restart Zope.
> It is very easy to make them persistent.
> When I remember correctly, it was only necessary to pass "commit"
> to Gadfly.
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