[DB-SIG] Mirroring DBs with Python

Hernan Martinez Foffani hernan@orgmf.com.ar
Sun, 9 Jul 2000 21:26:36 -0300

From: Of Timothy Wilson
>> On Sun, 9 Jul 2000, Tom Bryan wrote:
> We've got a T1 between the machines. That shouldn't be a problem.
> > There are multiple ways to accomplish this task, and the way you choose
> > depends at least partially on the details of your situation.  Here's one
> > example:
> > 3. You build DCOracle on your machine.
> I don't really have enough details to figure out which is the
> best approach, ....

I think the easiest way is access the remote Oracle Database from Zope
Note that Zope has a SQL cache specially designed for read (selects) access.
If your tests then shows that the link between Zope and the Oracle backend
needs a local database you can program it later. You might save yourself a
lot of time.