[Seaside] How do you handle constraints on persisted collections?

Boris Popov boris at deepcovelabs.com
Tue May 19 22:25:18 UTC 2009

Clearly this would complicate the problem even further proving my point


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> Although, if two users are updating their usernames in separate
> transactions (say, in GemStone), this would do nothing to prevent both
> of them from succeeding, thus, this type of constraint checking really
> only applies when adding users to a collection which would stop this
> from happening by virtue of a commit conflict, no?
> -Boris

Not if you're using a reduced conflict collection to allow concurrent
updates of the collection, but otherwise yea you'd get a commit

Ramon Leon

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