Rev Web Solutions?

Pierre Sahores psahores at easynet.fr
Mon Aug 2 06:18:42 EDT 2004


Le 2 août 04, à 06:24, Hershel Fisch a écrit :

>
> On Sunday, August 1, 2004, at 07:45 PM, Pierre Sahores wrote:
>
>>
>> Le 1 août 04, à 23:32, Hershel Fisch a écrit :
>>
>>>
>>> On Saturday, July 31, 2004, at 04:56 PM, Pierre Sahores wrote:
>>>
>>>> Hi,
>>>>
>>>> About how to set up a Revolution applications server binded to  
>>>> PostgreSQL under Mac OS X or Linux, see
>>> B1 on Mac os X , doesn't work with postgres.
>>
>> Take care about the fact that the way i expose don't use the RevDB  
>> lib but direct shell() calls to the psql PostgreSQL's server-side  
>> connector.
> Now technical what is the difference between the two methods ?

1.- worked fine years before the introduction of the RevDB lib
2.- those MC/Rev applications servers are only doing what they are  
doing the best : working on the data presentation layer, in beetwin the  
Web server (one side) and (second side) the shell() + psql connector to  
the ACID compliant PostgreSQL RDBMS.
3.- works fine and very fast in all situations, including  
administration tasks alike new databases and tables creations or  
automatic "pg_dump" (backups) operations without stopping the  
production statu of the PostgreSQL server.
4.- least but not least : i didn't, at this time, got enought time to  
test RevDB and see if it's mature in about handling critical production  
tasks (over 400 connections/secs, 75% write mode transactions).

>>  Works fine in production, under Metacard 2.32 / 2.5 and Revolution  
>> 2.0 / 2.12 under both Linux x86 and Mac OS X 10.1 and UP. Not tested,  
>> for yet under Rev 2.2 and UP.
>>>
>>>>
>>>> <http://www.google.com/search? 
>>>> as_sitesearch=lists.runrev.com&num=20&q=postgresql>
>>>>
>>>> Le 31 juil. 04, à 20:42, Björnke von Gierke a écrit :
>>>>
>>>>> http://www.hyperactivesw.com/cgitutorial/
>>>>> http://rodney.buzzword.com/discuss/msgReader$155
>>>>> http://www.navaching.com/pagem.html
>>>>> http://mitchellonline.pasco.k12.fl.us/training/metacardcgi.htm
>>>>>
>>>>> On Jul 31 2004, at 20:35, Rick Harrison wrote:
>>>>>
>>>>>> Hi there,
>>>>>>
>>>>>> I've been looking at all the information I can find thus far
>>>>>> about how to use Rev as a CGI web solution.  I'm finding
>>>>>> bits and pieces of stuff but nothing which really puts it
>>>>>> all together in a simple step by step process.
>>>>>> (I'm assuming that one doesn't exist at this point or I would
>>>>>> have found it.)
>>>>>>
>>>>>> The idea is of course to use MySQL and Rev. as the CGI
>>>>>> along with Apache or some other webserver capable of
>>>>>> doing SSL transactions.  In other words, a rather serious
>>>>>> project.
>>>>>>
>>>>>> I've looked at Andre Garzia's httpd stack server.  I found
>>>>>> the concept very interesting.  I'm not able to follow his
>>>>>> documentation real well without illustrations etc. I was
>>>>>> very impressed!  I doubt that it will do SSL however.
>>>>>>
>>>>>> I looked at the REV CGI introduction, it is a little unclear
>>>>>> on the permissions thing for setting it up on OS X. It obviously
>>>>>> uses the command line terminal unix stuff to create the right
>>>>>> hooks etc.  This appears to work through Apache so that will
>>>>>> solve the SSL problem.  I obviously need some better more
>>>>>> in depth resource to explore this further.
>>>>>>
>>>>>> I'm just now getting into the XML tutorial stack which at first
>>>>>> glance looks very good.
>>>>>>
>>>>>> Has anyone out there done an extensive website using Rev
>>>>>> and MySQL with Apache?
>>>>>>
>>>>>> Any other resources/examples you can recommend?
>>>>>>
>>>>>> Thanks in advance,
>>>>>>
>>>>>> Rick Harrison
>>>>>>
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