[ic] Loading Interchange DB into Postgresql
Fri, 08 Dec 2000 11:05:41 -0700
I did in fact tell makecat to use Postgres, and it built the catalog with
out a problem, no errors, no anything. I also don't get any errors when I
run interchange -r . It seem to be connecting to the database just fine.
But it's loading the tables. :-(
Sorry about all the e-mails qwest is having e-mail problems and I'am not
sure if an e-mail is getting sent or not :-(
> On Thu, 7 Dec 2000, Nick Rathke wrote:
> > Being new to this list, Perl and Interchange, I have a newbe
> > question.....
> > I am running Interchange on redhat 7.0 with postgres7.0. Interchange
> > builds and runs fine, and I don't get any errors telling the catalog to
> > use Postgres. But how do I load the postgresql database files? I have
> > tried the standard way psql "database-name" < filename, but it isn't
> > working. I know that postgres is good because I other database up and
> > running, and I can view thier tables with pgaccess. Is this a perl
> > thing, or a Interchange thing? So, how do I load a file into the
> > database to use with Interchange ?
> > TIA
> > Nick Rathke
> When you did your makecat telling it to use Postgres and then started
> interchange, it should have created and built the database and tables for
> you in Postgres. So they should already be there. If you open up
> pgaccess you should be able to find the database you specified in the
> makecat script (default is 'test_construct'), and all the tables for
> interchange should be in there already.
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