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From "Robert S. Sfeir" <rob...@codepuccino.com>
Subject Re: [VOTE] OJB 1.0 on Sunday, 19 June
Date Sat, 19 Jun 2004 14:26:08 GMT
You have to edit the postgresql.conf in the data directory of the pgsql
install.  First line you have to enable tcp connections.

R


On 6/19/04 9:58 AM, "Thomas Dudziak" <tomdz@first.fhg.de> wrote:

> Robert S. Sfeir wrote:
>> Sorry guys, way too many problems with Postgresql junit tests.
>> 
>> If you run it again and the DB already exists, it tries to drop the tables,
>> unfortunately we're using foreign keys, and it can't drop the tables on the
>> first run.  This is just one chunk of the errors.  Before we drop the tables
>> we need to drop the foreign keys, then drop the tables, or you just drop the
>> whole DB and re create it.  It's not going to pass junit tests the way it is
>> now.  (This is unrelated to the junit-no-prepare-no-compile problem)
> 
> Now that's a Torque problem, which for all I know might have been fixed
> in Torque 3.1, not an error with the unit tests or OJB. We could get
> away with it if we drop the database (not the tables) before creating it
> (which would suffice for the unit tests).
> 
> I'd try PostgreSQL here if only I would get it to accept a database user
> via TCP/IP ...
> 
> Tom
> 
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