[Zope] Keeping track of the state in python objects
Tue, 18 Jun 2002 23:18:57 -0700
altho I too am new, what I did was use ZSQl methods and ZClasses. Look
in the ZSQL Method docs for exact info as to how to do this. As to how
to write a ZClass there are lots of howtos on the zope site.
although I think the Zope book has more recent guide.
Oliver Marx wrote:
>Being new to Zope and Python I have a few worries, unfounded or not only you
>Given a resultset from a db-query I would like to make python objects of the
>resultset, then through -Zope manipulate the objects and send them back to
>the database. My worry is that the objects lose themselves going through the
>layers Python -> Tal -> Html, then having to reconstruct the objects before
>putting them back in the database.
>What I want to do is make stable classes with given class methods as done
>when programming in c++ or Java. I realize that part of my ignorance is due
>to the fact that I know next to nothing about Python and how it interacts
>with Zope and HTML. So I am hoping that you can answer my questions before I
>invest serious time in the project.
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