[ic] read only tables problem, where is this set??
Sat, 11 Nov 2000 09:36:26 -0500
Of course, the obvious! I gotta quit working
these hours. Is there a limit to the number
of items that can be set this way?
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> [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]On Behalf Of Mike Heins
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> Subject: Re: [ic] read only tables problem, where is this set??
> Quoting Pugdog (firstname.lastname@example.org):
> > Mike,
> > I'm not an idiot. The editor is there to allow editing of that
> table, then
> > the changes
> > are APPLIED when the server is restarted.
> > If this table cannot be edited, then why is there an option to edit it?
> > Also, if this table cannot be edited when the server is
> running, why can
> > you edit
> > the file in a text editor, apply the changes, and continue.
> > If this _WAS_ documented I would not have asked.
> It is documented in the reference. You can edit the table, it just won't
> work on the fly.
> You can believe me or not as you choose.
> The fact is, a DBM is required or SQL is if you want to have editable
> data that doesn't require a restart. Perhaps I should put one of
> those big red warnings on the menu page.
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