MySQL and Mac OS 9
jbv.silences at Club-Internet.fr
Thu Feb 17 15:26:38 CST 2005
That's really interesting : several months ago,
when trying to have an OS9 standalone connected
to mySQL, I remember installing the MYSQL
library in the same folder as the standalone, but
it didn't work... How did you come to the conclusion
that the "Valentina_Classic" library should also be
in the standalone directory ?
BTW I found that the solution I used (cgi requests to
Rev cgi 2.5 connected to mySQL) offers a few
- more filtering possibilities on requests
- when delivering successive versions of an app to a
client, no need to take care of installing libraries...
> 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
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