> Paolo Quaglia wrote:
> Reading the [EMAIL PROTECTED] archive I found one message with an
> interesting sentence:
> [Message]
> > I am currently considering and evaluating Zope as one of the options
> we have
> > to build a really large, completely databasedriven "enterprise
> scale"
> > web-platform. I am a bit worried about this "maximum of 7 threads
> per db
> This isn't a maximum.  It's just the default.  It's easy to increase
> the
> number of connections.
> [/Message]
> Where is this Default and How can I increase this counter??
> Thanks very much in advance

AFAIK the ZODBC adapter is still single threaded. See
http://www.zope.org/Members/petrilli/DARoadmap for more information,
though I'm not certain wether this page is still up to date. There are
rumours that for SQL Server you could use the mxODBC adapter, though I
know nothing more of it. Recently there were posts on this list about
using the ZSybase Adapter for SQL Server they're probably thread safe as
well (?). 
Do a search in the archives for more info



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