> The context is PAFlow, which is a "pure" (no CMF/Plone) vertical
> application for (italian) public administration.
> Inside this application, we are using an in house developed framework where
> more or less each page shown to the user is connected to an object (which we
> call controller) on the ZODB.
> When one user requests a page, PAFlow creates a controller for it
> (actually, creates also the page, but this is not important now), storing
> there all the data meaningful for that page, so that later the page can be
> built simply by invoking methods from the controller (I hope this is clear,
> otherwise I will post some code example).
All of this sounds quite cool but smells complicated.
I don't see a need for multiple temp_folders. Just stick folders (for
each instance) and folders inside them (for each user).
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