michael nt milne wrote:
> Ok, thanks. Yes, Apache would be much better to route traffic through.
> And also it looks like a complete pain to try and route traffic
> through IIS. Is Apache for windows good? I only have experience of it
> on UNIX>
Works fine - once it's up and running and you are looking at the .conf
file, you will probably barely notice the difference.
> Since I am not expecting very high traffic for my site at first I am
> going to use the Zope server at first. My head is hurting too much
> just now!
> By the way do you have any experience of altering the zope database or
> adding fields to the registration process on Plone etc? Seems a wee
> bit tricky and a client wants extra fields etc.
That's one for the Plone list - but there is now a release candidate out
for Plone 2.1, and I understand such things are simpler in that version.
There may be an existing CMF/Plone product that does what you want for
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