From: Ron Bickers [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]

>> Using Zope we knew that we would reach situations which may be
>> unresolvable in the short term, and could not make significant business
>> decisions with so many unknown factors and lack of any way to circumvent
>> problems.

>What in the world does that mean?!?  Maybe it should read "We don't know
how
>to use Zope or code in Python."

No it probably means that in enhydra they can solve any problem with brute
force, just like you can in asp and php.

Ie. if you have trouble understanding the security mechanism in Zope you are
lost until you understand it.

If you have trouble with the Enhydra security mechanism, you can allways
write your own.

Sometimes you can get stuck in Zope for days, without knowing how to
proceed, or without knowing how to find out, because you simply got to do it
the Zope way. In a commercial setting that is very dangerous when you work
on a deadline.

In a simpler system you have to do more yourself, but you won't be painted
into a corner as easily, as you can allways do a "hack". to solve your
problem. Zope is more closed in that regard. Well anyways when you know
enough about Zope to make a hack, you probably also know how to do it the
right way.

But it's only a matter of documentation AFAIK.

Regards Max M

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