[Seaside] Does DabbleDB use a database?

Ramon Leon rleon at insario.com
Wed May 17 19:45:14 UTC 2006

> A few things make it odd IMO (you can of course judge how odd for
> yourself):
> - the need to be able to reconfigure the schema on the fly, 
> with existing data

I'd wondered about how you implemented this.

> Fair enough.. we'll of course need to figure out which 
> implementation details we want to publicly share, given we've 
> joined this whole cloak-and-dagger commercial product thing 
> :P  It probably isn't all that difficult to imagine the 
> general approach we would take, but of course there were a 
> lot of gotchas we needed to work through along the way in 
> order to make it practical.
> Cheers, Andrew

I'm also interested in anything you feel like sharing, storing what is
essentially an adaptive object model is an interesting problem.  I'd
assumed you were using an existing OO database, I didn't think you'd
write a custom one.

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