MySQL and Mac OS 9

Chris Sheffield revlist at cableone.net
Thu Feb 17 15:21:24 CST 2005


Thank you!  Thank you!  Thank you!  That worked.  Still a bug in my opinion,
since the standalone should not depend on the Valentina files.  I'm going to
write that up.

Here's another interesting twist.  Once I built the standalone with the
options you recommended, I was able to remove the Valentina Classic library
file from my standalone's folder and it still worked.  But if I build the
standalone with only MySQL selected under Database Support, it fails.  Weird
stuff here. :-)

Thanks so much for your help.  At least it's working now.

Chris


Chris Sheffield
Software Development
Read Naturally
csheffield at readnaturally.com


-----Original Message-----
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[mailto:use-revolution-bounces at lists.runrev.com] On Behalf Of Alister Pillow
Sent: Thursday, February 17, 2005 1:58 PM
To: use-revolution at lists.runrev.com
Subject: Re: MySQL and Mac OS 9

I have a successful Standalone running on OS9 connected to MySQL on an 
OSX Server.
The standalone needs to be in a folder with both the 
"Valentina_Classic"  library and the "MYSQL Library PPC".

In the Standalone Application Settings, both MySQL and Valentina are 
selected in the "Database Support" list.

You may need to manually add one of those libraries to your 
standalone's directory. They should be in the Revolution application 
folder.

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Alister Pillow
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Geordie Springfield Pty Ltd
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