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MySQL functioning with ZOPE via ZMySQLDA connector

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Hello,
Tricky question here, I've got:
Windows XP home addition SP 2
mysql-4.0.20d-win
Zope-2.7.2-0-win32

I need a ZMySQLDA connector for this setup
I tried this (below URL) but it is apparently not functional with my arrangement (Zope and MySQL versions).

http://www.pastrytech.com/willy/zopemysql.html

NOTE: because of the way I'm going to be using the system I cannot use the ZODBCDA

Any help on this would be of great help.
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Solution for those interested
Here is specifically what I did:
Downloaded from http://sourceforge.net/projects/mysql-python/

    * MySQL-Python-1.0.0.win 32-py2.3 ----> extracted this zip -----> placed the contents into folder at  /program files/zope/lib/python
          o Note: there was a HTML read me file in this thing that I ignored as I recognized the file names and where they should go (above)
    * ZMySQLDA-2.0.8.tar -----> extracted this zip ----> placed the contents, a folder called ZMySQLDA into /program files/zope/lib/python/products

Now on to setting up a DB - wish me luck with the MySQL Administrator :)
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