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Dieter Maurer wrote:
> Andreas Jung wrote at 2006-1-28 09:04 +0100:
>>--On 27. Januar 2006 22:32:07 +0100 Dieter Maurer <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
>>>Andreas Jung wrote at 2006-1-27 07:04 +0100:
>>>>Importing stuff from a new Zope version into an older Zope version was
>>>>_never_ a supported feature. Only import between _identical_ versions.
>>>>Anything else makes little sense and is unsupported.
>>>Of course, you might be happy when you can import into a newer Zope
>>>version from an older one. At least, that makes some sense :-)
>>Of course we would be happy if we could do that. But export/import was
>>never designed to deal with migration issue.
> Export/import is essentially what the ZODB does all the time.
> If export/import does not work between given Zope versions, it is quite
> likely that the same Zope versions will have difficulties with
> storages exchange -- and this *IS* a migration issue, Zope should
> be concerned with (and not the applications).
> If it does, export/import will simply follow (in most cases).
Agreed: for "forward-migration" of data, Zope has historically tried
*very* hard to ensure that objects which had been created under an older
version of Zope would be unpicklable under a newer version: we have
treated the exceptions as serious bugs (where the problem was not due to
third-party application code, anyway).
However, the original poster wants to be able to import a .zexp file
exported from a *newer* version of Zope into an *older* version.
Keeping that path open has *not* been a goal for Zope, and so the OP
needs to find another way to solve his problem.
Tres Seaver +1 202-558-7113 [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Palladion Software "Excellence by Design" http://palladion.com
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