[Zope] problem migrating ZClasses from Zope 2.6.1 to Zope 2.9.8

Allen Schmidt Sr. aschmidt at fredericksburg.com
Wed Mar 26 10:45:12 EDT 2008

Thanks for the info.
Our Data.fs hovers in the 7-8 gig range and we have been running with 
Zope for 8 years. And the news parts are just a fraction of our content 
and a newspaper website with many different vertical products and 
sections. I would say that makes us married to Zope2! ;)

I appreciate the responses and info. I have been contacted offlist by 
someone who is offering assistance. We'll see where that goes.

Thanks again.


Andreas Jung wrote:

> --On 26. März 2008 09:48:11 -0400 "Allen Schmidt Sr." 
> <aschmidt at fredericksburg.com> wrote:
>> No idea even where to start. I played with creating a 'boring' object a
>> while back but I am pretty sure ours is a tad more complicated. All the
>> parts of our site I work on are in SQL and was never involved in the
>> ZClass News stuff. It just works...and continues to work...but is
>> limiting us from upgrading.
>> So, where to start. Once we get some guidance, we could probably do it
>> ourselves.  Anyone willing to a$$$ist? We don't have a budget for it but
>> could scrape something together to get started. Even just to log in and
>> look at what we have and say,
>> "Ah, you need to do this and this and this, then it will work."
>> I know not that simple, but that is what I am trying to find out.
> We know basically nothing about your application and needs..so we can 
> basically give only highlevel advices. If you can: go with Grok if you 
> can divorce from the Zope 2 world. Representing your entities like news 
> items using a simple schema based implementation is not a big deal. 
> Group news items and other content objects in containers is also 
> straight forward...but no idea but further business logic and further 
> requirements. So if you aren't married with Zope 2 and when you have the 
> chance making a cut, go with Grok...but it might require a close 
> analysis of your current system.
> Andre
> as

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