[Seaside] Persistence for Seaside

Stephan Eggermont stephan at stack.nl
Wed May 27 22:10:01 UTC 2009

Some questions:
In "Concurrency Seaside GOODS Ruby On Rails"
the bad bulk loading performance of the GOODS client is mentioned.
Has something changed there?

Omnibase as a solution is missing
ODBC is missing

In "GOODS Magma Mysql Performance"
I assume the numbers and conclusions are outdated?

I'm not sure the page at seaside.st is the right place for the
'loose odds and ends'.


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