[Seaside] datasets and modes..

Philippe Marschall philippe.marschall at gmail.com
Sun Oct 26 20:33:16 UTC 2008

2008/10/22 sergio <sergio at village-buzz.com>:
> in developing rails (for example) i have a data set that i use for
> development..
> i make changes (migrations) against the current codebase.. then, when
> everything works, i submit it (svn)..
> on the server side..
> i update (svn..) migrate.. then restart..
> how does this work with seaside?
> do i have two datasets (production and development)?
> how do i maintain the integrity of my data when i make drastic changes to
> the code on the development side?

Seaside is just a web framework. It does not do any persistence at
all. So this entirely depends on what you use for persistence.


More information about the seaside mailing list