[Seaside] Persistence in VW
boris at deepcovelabs.com
Wed Dec 12 06:18:11 UTC 2007
No, we have our own db mapping framework at the core of our application. With GLORP there is quite a bit of flexibility as far as your mapping is concerned, but it has relational db as the store, so you would need to be familiar with it somewhat. Other options are gemstone, boss files or xml :)
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Hello Boris and Michael!
Thanks for your advises. I want to ask for a few more questions:
I have a lot of inheritance: Template - Flow template; different kind of
rows; reconciliated report. How will they work?
Currently i am storing all data in class side dictionaries and a lot of
binding was done with dictionaries too. Can i keep them or i should remake
bindings for the relation needs through ids.
Should i keep my dictionaries or i should make afinders un database in place
And main problem: I have a report object which stores a values in hash where
the row code (3 letter) is a key and money amount is a value. How can i
store this in db using glorp? I dont have special class for it, so how to do
mapping? Can u show me example?
Boris are you using ActiveRecord and GLORP too?
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