revOpenDatabase on Linux - works in IDE, broken in standalone - how do I fix?

Riccardo tekne at gruppoparentesi.it
Mon Jan 12 03:06:10 EST 2009


Hi Ben

In standalone settings you have to unselect the "search for required  
inclusions ..." option and so you have to select the "select  
inclusions ..." option. Then you check the database support and you  
select all the drivers. You have to select the other libraries too.


Riccardo
Inviato da iPhone

Il giorno 11/gen/09, alle ore 18:20, Ben Rubinstein <benr at cogapp.com>  
ha scritto:

> Riccardo,
>
> Thanks for your reply - can you give me any more details?  If I  
> uncheck the database inclusions in the standalone, what do I then  
> need to do manually in order to enable revOpenDatabase?
>
> Many thanks,
>
> Ben
>
> Riccardo wrote:
>> You can try not use the automatic inclusion of the library in the  
>> standalone settings. I have solved in this way the same problem  
>> with mysql.
>> Riccardo
>> Inviato da iPhone
>> Il giorno 09/gen/09, alle ore 17:22, Ben Rubinstein <benr_mc at cogapp.com 
>> > ha scritto:
>>> Accessing PostgreSQL database on Linux.  Works in IDE; using  
>>> standalone,
>>> throws error in revOpenDatabase. (219: Function: error in function  
>>> handler).
>>>
>>> Works in both 2.9 and 3.0 in IDE; fails in standalone built from  
>>> either.
>>>
>>> Looking at the Externals folder of the standalone, in both I get:
>>>
>>>  revxml.so
>>>  [database_drivers]
>>>      dbmysql.so
>>>      dbodbc.so
>>>      dbpostgresql.so
>>>
>>> Whereas looking at the actual Rev installation (ie "2.9.0-gm-1" or
>>> "3.0.0-gm-3") the Externals folder looks like this:
>>>
>>>  Externals.txt
>>>  revdb.so
>>>  revxml.so
>>>  revzip.so
>>>  [database_drivers]
>>>      dbmysql.so
>>>      dbodbc.so
>>>      dbpostgresql.so
>>>
>>> So I copied the extra .so files, and the Externals.txt file, over  
>>> to the
>>> standalone installation - that didn't fix it.
>>>
>>> Please help!
>>>
>>> TIA,
>>>
>>> - Ben
>
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