Any Production ZOPE sites we can visit?

Michael Kersey mkersey at metricom.com
Sat Jun 12 03:49:22 CEST 1999


It may not be exciting to you, but to me this site is an eye-opener!
Bravo to it's developers.

Especially nice depiction/presentation of regions versus counties and
the handy use of mapping/graphics capabilities throughout. Your ties
into http://tiger.census.gov/ are extremely sharp and well-done, IMO.

When you say "airport lookups", what do you mean? Is part of the search
done with Zope per se, and another part passed to an external database? 
For instance AFAI can tell, the URL
http://www.air.gen.ny.us/Airports/AirportInfo?identifier=NY54
may be (I'm guessing) handled by Zope's own object-oriented database and
DTML, while the URL
http://www.airnav.com/cgi-bin/airport-info?N66
may be handled by significantly different code (not DTML) executing SQL
queries? 

BTW, having worked with it for years, I have a hard time finding
anything exciting about SQL!-))
TIA,
Michael Kersey

Brad Clements wrote:
> http://www.air.gen.ny.us
> Nothing exciting there really, except that the airport lookups are done
> through an SQL query..
> I'm working on an events Calendar, that'll really look nice when it's done
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