Shouldnt be too hard. With databases, just keep an eye on threading
issues. It'll get ya everytime (Ie if one process is using a cursor and
another one snatches it, well... *bang*.) MySQL is not particularly thread
safe (and even cursors marked thread safe are still not really thread
safe, because a thread safe cursor actually doesnt make sense... think
about it). Ie.... process locks.
I know how hard it is for you to put food on your family."
----George W. Bush
On Fri, 21 May 2004, Marc Saric wrote:
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> Hi all,
> I am new to Webware and want to use it to write some database-centric
> Intranet-apps. Therefore some newbie-questions will follow: :-)
> 1. HTML: Converting ASCII-strings from HTML and back: I found
> htmlEncode, but it seems to be incomplete (german umlauts missing for
> example, most special signs too). Of course it is easy to enhance it
> (add to the list of known special signs), but maybe someone has a better
> sollution or came up with something else. Feedback would be appreciated.
> 2. Databases: I looked through the available doku regarding
> database-adapters and -for my first project- settled on the minimal
> sollution using a DB-API 2.0 compliant approach (pygresql) without fancy
> ORM-layers or similar things.
> I considered using MiddleKit, but unfortunately my DB of choice
> (PostgreSQL) does not seem to be supported.
> How much work would it be to enhance MiddleKit to support PostgreSQL?
> Or is something allready in CVS?
> Is using MiddleKit worth the effort?
> Should I switch to MySQL? :-)
> Thanks in advance.
> - --
> Marc Saric
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