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From "Henning P. Schmiedehausen" <...@intermeta.de>
Subject Re: Turbine/torque : null idGenerator
Date Tue, 22 Jul 2003 14:40:13 GMT
Peter Courcoux <peter@courcoux.biz> writes:

If you want to use "native", I think that you must have sequences
defined in your database. You might want to try "idbroker".


>Hi all,

>I am still having problems with this. If anyone has any thoughts on
>where to start looking, I would appreciate them. 

>I have now compiled from source postgresql 7.3.3 run all regression
>tests and installed successfully. added the 7.3.3 jdbc driver to

>Since doing so while I can read from the db ok all inserts result in the
>error shown below.

>At one point I could toggle this behaviour on/off by changing the 
>setting to
>and back to 


>Since installing postgres 7.3.3, I don't seem to be able to insert into
>the db whatever I do!

>The schema is validated against database-3.0.1.dtd and all tables have
>idMethod="native" set.

>The following message was originally posted to the turbine list.

>I have just changed my locale settings to en_GB for linux and postgresql
>and changed the locale settings in tr.props as below.

>Having done this I get the following error each time i try to insert
>into the db :-

>org.apache.torque.TorqueException: IdGenerator for table
>'usertenderclass' is null
>        at org.apache.torque.util.BasePeer.doInsert(BasePeer.java:692)
>        at
>        at
>        at
>        at
>        at

>I guess I must have missed something but I cannot figure out what. Any
>thoughts would be much appreciated.

>The reason for mucking about with locale settings ( which I have left at
>default up until now) is that I need to use  signs and I am having
>trouble getting them into the db. postgresql accepts them from the
>command line but not via turbine/torque. 

>Again, if anyone has solved this issue I would very much like to hear
>how. I've already spent too much time on it :-(

>System :-

>RedHat Linux 7.2
>postgresql 7.2
>turbine 2.3
>torque 3.1-alpha2
>jvm 1.3.1

>tr.props settings :-


># This will set the charset= portion of the ContentType: header.
># Leave commented out unless you want to return stuff as a different
># charset.



>Peter Courcoux <peter@courcoux.biz>

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