Bugzilla and Revzilla (was: Re: Quality)
wjm at wjm.org
Sat Nov 11 03:48:16 CST 2006
Bugzilla is built on top of MySQL. In fact, there's an explicit attachments
table that you should be able to write to fairly easily.
But, poking around in Revzilla, it seems that you're interacting with the
HTML pages. Wouldn't it theoretically be a lot faster and more efficient to
talk directly with the back-end using Rev's SQL commands? Just wondering...
The MySQL database schema for Bugzilla is described at:
Ken Ray wrote:
> RevZilla executes everything using URLs as if it was the browser itself.
> only thing I can't seem to be able to replicate is doing file attachments
> bugs (which is currently done on the web via the FileUpload form object).
> Does anyone know how I might be able to do this from Rev?
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