Take create statements for five tables and create the ArchGenXML UML diagram. From this, use the Archetype tools to generate the Plone product for this UML. As a final step, create the SQLAlchemy code to back the product content to a postgress DB with the same tables you started with. In other words, we would like to have a Plone product for a set of tables that is generated from a UML diagram, and then backed by the same tables using SQLAlchemy. We would then be able to change the UML and re-generate the Plone product - resulting in another ZODB backed set of objects. And, after having the first SQLAlchemy mapping, we would then be able to more easily change the ZODB over to SQLAlchemy/Postgress.
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Windows XP Plone 2.x Python SQLAlchemy