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On 23 Mar 2007, at 07:41, Flemming Bjerke wrote:
But, now, not only have all my changes the date 12/12-2007 in the
undo history, every object I have changed gets this date as well!
Apparently, zope won't accept to go backward in time.
How do I reset the zope's time?
Undo is transactional, meaning an undo is actually a new transaction
instead of removing an old transaction. What you are trying to do is
not possible, unless you physically truncate the database.
I am not absolutely sure I understand you. I succeeded in undoing.
My problem is that zope keeps on with the date 12/12-07. The zodb
does not seem to accept a timestamp that is earlier than the last
That's what I am trying to tell you. Any undo is actually a brand-new
transaction that will by definition set the modification time to the
current time. You *cannot* get back to the old modification time
using Undo. This does not mean that Undo won't work at all, it will.
But you will not get back your old modification time.
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