Rev cgi, PostgreSQL and standalones

Jan Schenkel janschenkel at
Thu Sep 9 06:50:33 EDT 2004

--- Robert Brenstein <rjb at> wrote:

> >Hello Alejandro,
> >
> >I'm a little confused about a so kindly
> congratulations. Thank you ;)
> >
> >I plan to write 80 pages about the subject in the
> first quarter of 
> >2005, freely available to the MC/Rev community and,
> if possible, to 
> >find a fench publisher interested in printing a
> paper issue 
> >dedicated to help to let know more about the Rev
> based "n-tier" apps 
> >scope...
> >
> >Best Regards, Pierre
> >
> Praise is quite in order. However, Pierre, could it
> be too much to 
> ask to combine your list posts and convert into a
> short comprehensive 
> info for us to use sooner? You have really given
> lots of useful 
> tidbits over time but as others stated the info is
> spread in 
> different emails and varying level of detail, thus
> hard to use. 
> Having it all together would be greatly appreciated.
> Robert Brenstein

I second this : as I'm just starting out with PHP at
the moment, I'd love to leverage my Transcript
knowledge to use Rev as an application server for my
business logic, and build a rock-solid n-tier system
that can handle plenty of connections and would only
require customers to run a single server, unlike the
Windows world where you'll often see 3 servers doing
what you and I would do with a single Linux of MacOS X

Jan Schenkel.

"As we grow older, we grow both wiser and more foolish at the same time."  (La Rochefoucauld)

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