[Seaside] Let me see if I understand correctly...(more DB pool,
rleon at insario.com
Tue Feb 28 00:14:38 UTC 2006
You may want to check with Avi or Lucas, they'd know better, but I think
that's what the main class config setting is, a single instance that
acts as the application class. Keeping stuff here would seem to be what
you're looking for.
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> Subject: [Seaside] Let me see if I understand
> correctly...(more DB pool,application/session stuff).
> I can have my components use a session subclass that I've created.
> Each user gets their own session object (more or less,
> assuming of course they don't have multiple browsers open,
> etc.). So, if I want all the sessions to access an
> application-global resource (for example, a connection pool
> for a database), I would need to either use a global variable
> (which I'm not sure how to do in SmallTalk) or use a
> singleton class (which seems better than the global option,
> but still has some problems).
> Ideally I would like to subclass the application and have the
> application itself manage the global resource--but that does
> not seem to be a possibility within the seaside framework.
> Am I missing something, or thinking about this the wrong way?
> Thanks again, all your help has been incredibly useful up to
> this point.
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