[Seaside] Persistence in VW

Oleg Richards orichards at mail.ru
Fri Dec 14 06:58:01 UTC 2007


One question: VW will just connect to GemStone via gembuilder/s. If i'm
using a Seaside for my interfaces, why should i use VW? :)


Dale Henrichs wrote:
> Dale Henrichs wrote:
>> A large number of our customers use the combination of VW and GemStone 
>> for persistence. The product GemBuilder for Smalltalk (GBS) runs 
>> inside of a VW (or VA) image and provides connectivity to a GemStone 
>> data base.
>> So technically VW does have a pretty good OODB-based persistence option.
>> Take a look at  
>> http://seaside.gemstone.com/docs/Announcement-ESUG2007.htm where we 
>> describe GemStone/S LE which provides persistence for VW, the main 
>> difference between GemStone/S LE and GemStone/S Web Edition (GLASS) is 
>> that GemStone/S LE is not free.
> Okay, okay, you get value for your money --- VW, VA support, 
> Solaris/AIX/HP, 2 CPUS, 8X larger repository, 2X shared page cache, and 
> technical support--- but hey other than that they're the same:)...
> (still suffering from head cold),
> Dale
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