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Re: [GNUe] packages?

From: Christopher Lewis
Subject: Re: [GNUe] packages?
Date: Thu, 18 Mar 2004 14:02:14 -0600
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On Thursday 18 March 2004 01:24 pm, Reinhard Mueller wrote:
> Am Do, 2004-03-18 um 20.04 schrieb James Thompson:
> > > Isn't mxdatetime part of egenix-mx-base?
> > > suse:/etc/sysconfig # rpm -q python-egenix-mx-base
> > > python-egenix-mx-base-2.0.4-59
> >
> > Debian breaks those packages apart.  Don't know about suse (that's what
> > you run right?)
> Seems like nobody noticed my hint on the provider name.
> Since there are 4 different python bindings for postgresql,
> "provider=postgresql" selects one of them more or less randomly (we will
> try to improve the automatic choice in a later version)
> To be sure to use the correct driver, you must set provider= to either
> popy, psycopg, pypgsql or pygresql.
> Thanks,

Since you brought it up, what should the provider be for the postgresql-python 
package?  I used "provider=postgresql" and the designer won't logon to the 
database.  The simple form wizard won't get past selecting the datasource. 

However, if I use a mysql datasource, it does ask for the logon, and it works 
fine.  I just wanted to try PostgreSQL, since that's what seems to be 
supported.  Otherwise, I will just try building my apps with mysql.
Christopher Lewis

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