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Zope WebServer not ready for production quality

Zope is a great idea which is not quite there yet.
I wanted to make it work with MySQL, OpenSSL/ModSSL
and had a horrible time. I have fallen back to 
trusted Apache. Although Zope works with Apache 
when you throw in a couple of more freewares the
relationship gets very hairy very quickly.

The strength of Zope comes from the fact that it
has access security build in. Thus you can put up
a web site and allow your marketing team to edit
content without screwing up the site. Apache has no
concept of user dependent behavior.

Still, IMHO if you want it to work reliably go with

just my 2 cents,

--- Indraneel Majumdar <lists@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> On Mon, 5 Mar 2001, Raghavendra Bhat wrote:
> > Does it serve web pages ?  Is it not a Publishing
> Environment.
> it does serve web pages both static and dynamic but
> is specialised for
> dynamic pages, and can work together with Apache and
> IIS.
> \Indraneel


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