> +-------[ chaouche yacine ]----------------------
> |
> | Correct. I Quit... :( better not to store ZODB objects in
> the session and try to get some way around.
> So now you can go look at the Cache objects that Zope
> provides :-)
> -- 
> Andrew Milton

If you are talking about RAM cache, HTTP cache etc., I don't know if they'll do 
the trick because, again, it's about caching objects that do not live in the 
ZODB, i.e I cannot go in the ZMI and click the cache tab on a python script or 
a page template because that's not what I am trying to do.

But maybe there's the volatile attributes alternative, and that fails too then 
I have no choice but to do the caching mechanism myself...

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