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RE: InstantDB: Building a DB


Hello Alok,

I am still trying to make things happen here!  I am using cygwin so I don't
have the problem of running things together because it simply won't let me.
I gave up on commsql and I am desperatly trying to run sample.java with a
modified sql1.txt file and also a modified customer.sql

Now when I run sample I don't get an error but nothing happens...like it
can't find the file??? the thread won't start and it won't execute the sql
stuff that would create my db.

so if you have a suggestion on how to create a new instant database let me
know!! 

friendly,

Myriam D. Charron
MDS Nordion
Computer Products Group
Kanata, Ontario
phone: 613-592-3400 ext. 2705
fax: 613-592-6559
-----Original Message-----
From: Alok Daipuria [mailto:alok@yack.com]
Sent: Friday, June 23, 2000 11:37 AM
To: instantDB@enhydra.org
Subject: Re: InstantDB: Building a DB


hi Myriam,
You can run only one thing at a time. If you are running commsql &
creating your DB & then try to view thru JDBCmain, you might not see the
tables. Exit from commsql & then open JDBCmain. You'll find the tables.
You can access the DB only thru one application at a time. To verify
wether the tables are created, you can go to the dir where
your_db_app.prp file is kept.  It'll have a dir "tables" which will have
a file by the table name you create if table creation is succesful.
 see if it helps

-alok
alok@yack.com

"CHARRON, Myriam (Kanata)" wrote:
> 
> Hello there,
> 
> I am currently working on a layer project which talks to instantdb.  I am
> not familiar with it and I need to create my own database.  Should I be
> running the example with my own .txt and .sql files (modifying the run
> script) or is there a tool or a better way to talk to instantdb???  I am
> looking for some sort of application that would accept sql commands and
let
> me create my database.  So far I have tried commsql and running sample but
> with no luck.  Commsql It takes all the statements but when I go into
> JDBCmain to view it nothing is there??? The sample application worked when
I
> ran it as it is, but after modifying it and attempting to run my own
script
> it doesn't seem to work!!  I don't know what I am doing wrong? But I need
to
> create one, any ways will do!
> 
> thanks for your help
> 
> Myriam D. Charron
> MDS Nordion
> Computer Products Group
> Kanata, Ontario
> phone: 613-592-3400 ext. 2705
> fax: 613-592-6559
> 
>
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