What are the other options against Zope?

phil phillip.watts at anvilcom.com
Mon Jul 4 17:21:34 CEST 2005


> It's an object oriented database, with a structure that is similar to 
> files and directories in an ordinary OS.
> 
> But it is a lot smarter, because the files and directories are actually 
> objects with different attributes and parameters.
> 
> The methods on these objects can then be called eg. from a web browser 
> with different parameters. But you can also use other protocols than 
> http like dav, ftp etc.


Well, that's interesting.  I've never seen an explantion like
this.
Actually I think I have, and was too dumb to realize what
I was reading.

A data base with properties and methods. Cool.





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