from the dept.
I want to know if SquishDot can work more than a WebLog application, not whole a lot, just a bit more.
I am new to Zone/SquishDot. Please forgive me if my question is dumb. I've search the site, but I wasn't able to find the answer.
I have developed a Java signed applet with a Java servlet and I want to extend it as a Web application. I heard about Zope and while I was reading the Zope book (online version), I found SquishDot provides a Weblog capability, which is one thing I want to have in the Web application.
However, just simply having a Weblog is not what I want. Here is the minimum of what I need to have.
(1) Users can collaboratively create an online document (SuishDot support it.)
(2) Users can start my Java signed Applet on the my Weblog page. I suppose it can be done by adding a HTML APPLET tag in the WebLog page created with SquishDot. Correct me if I am wrong, please.
(3) Users can save their work into the WebLog site. This is the one that I am not sure if I can do it. I would be able to do it if I am developing an Zope Web application, but then I need to make my own WebLog module with Zope, which is not what I want. Can SquishDot do it? Or can SquishDot be modified to support it? (4) What kind of a database does SquishDot use?
Thanks in advance.
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