update to 2.9? --

william humphrey shoreagent at gmail.com
Sat Apr 5 10:17:28 EDT 2008


Thanks Jan

I did exactly the same. I made a new database and table using the SQLite
demo stack. I also did a clean install and re-entered my serial number etc
to see if there was something wrong with RunRev. I would like to further
eliminate any possibility or user error. Could you send me a screen shot of
the window in RunRev for the database query builder correctly filled out for
SQLite.
Also I am using GLX2 maybe I should eliminate that? I am on OS X 10.4.11

Bill

On Sat, Apr 5, 2008 at 2:10 AM, Jan Schenkel <janschenkel at yahoo.com> wrote:

> --- william humphrey <shoreagent at gmail.com> wrote:
> > I re-installed RunRev from scratch. I tested SQLite
> > using the demo stack and
> > found that it works fine. I tried the database query
> > builder (using that
> > same test stack) and absolutely no joy. Why is the
> > database query builder
> > included in RunRev if it cannot be made to work?
> > It is meant to be for ease of use?
> >
> > I have tried every possible parameter of connection
> > in the little database
> > query builder window (including those that work in
> > earlier versions of
> > RunRev) and nothing works.
> >
> > Has anybody else gotten database query builder to
> > work in RunRev 2.9?
> >
> > Perhaps there is a pref file somewhere that I need t
> > delete?
> >
> > This is really extremely frustrating especially when
> > you consider that the
> > database query builder is meant to be for "ease of
> > use".
> >
> > I wish I had never ever used the database query
> > builder in any of my stacks.
> > Now it looks like I should re-write everything
> > ignoring that menace.
> >
> >
>
> Hi William,
>
> I just fired up Rev 2.9 and created an SQLite database
> from scratch, using the Query Builder to create the
> database and connect to it, and a single button to
> create a table in that database in 2 lines of script;
> when I switch to the 'Record Set' tab in the query
> builder, I can see the new table I just created, and
> query it.
>
> So that would seem to work quite well. Let's see if we
> can figure out why it won't connect for you. Where
> exactly is the database file located? Was it created
> with Revolution or have you modified it using another
> SQLite tool?
>
> Jan Schenkel.
>
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