[ic] interchange and odbc+exell
konsult at sebab.se
Wed May 26 03:03:43 EDT 2004
Well I am obviously having a bit of trouble grasping some of the
concepts regarding the databases here, I have managed to get the 'mike'
demo store running on mysql, and currently I am trying to get the
foundation store up and running on mysql. I also have the tutorial set
up and I am trying to get it to use sql.
The problem I have is that I am having trouble configuring the DSN ...
( it seem's ), since I would like to use ODBC, and I have also not
succeded to make interchange not rebuild the databases on startup.
But I think I can get a bit futher with your tips, I didn't know that
the ttext files were 'top priority' I think this solves a lot of
trouble, thanks. I think I will have to RTFM a bit now that I know this.
Could anyone give a sample Database DSN ? ( for odbc ), then I would
know if I'm on the right track :-) ..
/ thanks, Lars Segerlund.
New Media E.M.S. wrote:
> At 11:32 AM 5/19/2004 +0200, you wrote:
>> I have two questions, first I have some trouble getting to get the
>> foundation store to run on an mysql database, I have been through the
>> docs and I am slowly plowing through the catalog building tutorial
>> now, however I seem to have missed some minor point about the mysql
>> database usage as related to the text files which I presume specify
>> the database. Does any body have some tips or some specific pointer
>> on where to look for more info ?
> The text files are the primary structure model from from which
> Interchange will build the mysql tables, as well as a source of data
> for initially populating the tables. The files in dbconf/mysql/ define
> each table name and type, and contain supplementary info about field
> types for each column in the table. What specific trouble are you having?
> - Ed
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