[ic] database problem
Sat, 14 Oct 2000 16:56:57 -0400
When I restarted Interchange after manually making the database, the
first thing it did when it got to that catalog was populate the database
Does it generate any messages regarding mysql and the catalog on
Christophe Conduche - DA wrote:
> Hi !
> ok. i changed server.pm file and i don't get any more errors on
> interchange error log
> (- - - [13/octobre/2000:19:25:39 +0200] - - error 'Appel système
> interrompu' from select.
> - - - [13/octobre/2000:19:25:39 +0200] - - Died in select, retrying:
> error 'Appel système interrompu' from select.
> and all is running fine
> - - - [14/octobre/2000:14:13:05 +0200] - - STOP server (1115) on signal
> - - - [14/octobre/2000:14:13:06 +0200] - - Low traffic settings.
> - - - [14/octobre/2000:14:13:06 +0200] - - Calling UI....
> - - - [14/octobre/2000:14:13:07 +0200] - - ...UI is loaded....
> - - - [14/octobre/2000:14:13:07 +0200] - - Interchange V4.5.7
> - - - [14/octobre/2000:14:13:07 +0200] - - Using MySQL,
> DSN=dbi:mysql:test_edar.- - - [14/octobre/2000:14:13:07 +0200] - - START
> server (1187) (INET and UNIX)
> - - - [14/octobre/2000:14:13:08 +0200] - - Accepting connections from
> - - - [14/octobre/2000:14:13:08 +0200] - - START server (1209) (INET and
> but, I still have a problem :
> the database that was created (when running makecat) is empty. the
> database has been created, but not the tables.
> how to create tables and populate database ?
> why has it not been done when creating the demo catalog ?
> i think it's why i can't access the custoner area and go further more
> than the first page in the admin side...
> nothing in the database. the scripts fail...
> i'm bored to read in order to find where to read to find the solution.
> is there a documentation project for interchange ?
> but i still think it's a nice tool. i'm starting to understand how to
> customize a catalog. there are many powerful features.
> i'm in such a hurry to test it...
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