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From suneel gupta <gofor_sun...@yahoo.co.in>
Subject Re: UNABLE TO CONFIGURE TORQUE AS A STANDALONE
Date Tue, 06 Jan 2004 06:45:57 GMT
 --- suneel gupta <gofor_suneel@yahoo.co.in> wrote: >
HELLO  EVERYBODY
> 
> I WANT  TO CONFIGURE TORQUE OUTSIDE TURBINE BUT IT
> CREATES SOME PROBLEM.
> 
> FIRSTLY I HAVE DOWNLOAD THE   torque-3.1-src.tar 
> AND 
> ALSO  JAR FILES  FROM THE  TORQUE SITES.
> 
> AFTER READING  TO HOW TO CONFIGURE TORQUE I HAVE 
> EDIT
>  THE FOUR  FILES 
> WHICH ARE  
> 
> 1 =>
>
/home/satya/torque/src/generator/src/conf/build.properties
> which contents  is
> 
> #
>
-------------------------------------------------------------------
> #
> # T O R Q U E  C O N F I G U R A T I O N  F I L E
> #
> #
>
-------------------------------------------------------------------
> # This file contains the most commonly used
> properties. For a
> # a complete list of build properties, please refer
> to:
> #  
>
http://jakarta.apache.org/turbine/torque/properties-reference.xml
> #
>
-------------------------------------------------------------------
> 
> 
> #
>
-------------------------------------------------------------------
> #
> #  P R O J E C T
> #
> #
>
-------------------------------------------------------------------
> # This is the name of your Torque project. Your
> non-Java generated 
> # files will be named using the project name
> selected
> below. If your
> # project=killerapp then you will have a generated:
> #
> #   killerapp-schema.sql
> #
> # The custom is then to also rename your project XML
> schema from
> # project-schema.xml to killerapp-schema.xml. This
> is
> required 
> # for a few targets such as datasql, datadump, and
> datadtd.
> #
>
-------------------------------------------------------------------
> 
> torque.project = killerapp
> 
> 
> #
>
-------------------------------------------------------------------
> #
> #  T A R G E T  D A T A B A S E
> #
> #
>
-------------------------------------------------------------------
> # This is the target database, only considered when
> generating
> # the SQL for your Torque project. Your possible
> choices are:
> #
> #   axion, cloudscape, db2, db2400, hypersonic,
> interbase, mssql,
> #   mysql, oracle, postgresql, sapdb, sybase
> #
>
-------------------------------------------------------------------
> 
> torque.database = mysql
> 
> 
> #
>
-------------------------------------------------------------------
> #
> #  O B J E C T  M O D E L  I N F O R M A T I O N
> #
> #
>
-------------------------------------------------------------------
> # These settings will allow you to customize the way
> your
> # Peer-based object model is created.
> #
>
-------------------------------------------------------------------
> # addGetByNameMethod
> #   If true, Torque adds methods to get database
> fields by name/position.
> #
> # addIntakeRetrievable
> #   If true, the data objects will implement
> Intake's
> Retrievable 
> #   interface
> #
> # addSaveMethod
> #   If true, Torque adds tracking code to determine
> how to save objects.
> #
> # addTimeStamp
> #   If true, Torque true puts time stamps in
> generated
> om files.
> #
> # basePrefix
> #   A string to pre-pend to the file names of base
> data and peer objects.
> #
> # complexObjectModel
> #   If true, Torque generates data objects with
> collection support and 
> #   methods to easily retreive foreign key
> relationships.
> #
> # targetPackage
> #   Sets the Java package the om files will
> generated
> to, e.g. 
> #   "com.company.project.om".
> #
> # useClasspath
> #   If true, Torque will not look in the
> <code>templatePath</code> directory,
> #   for templates, but instead load them from the
> classpath, allowing you to 
> #   use Torque without extracted it from the jar.
> #
> # useManagers
> #   If true, Torque will generate Manager classes
> that
> use JCS for caching.
> #   Still considered experimental.
> #
>
-------------------------------------------------------------------
> 
> torque.targetPackage = org.iitk.killerapp.om
> 
> torque.addGetByNameMethod = true
> torque.addIntakeRetrievable = false
> torque.addSaveMethod = true
> torque.addTimeStamp = true
> torque.basePrefix = Base
> torque.complexObjectModel = true
> torque.useClasspath = false
> torque.useManagers = false
> 
> 
> #
>
-------------------------------------------------------------------
> #
> #  D A T A B A S E  S E T T I N G S
> #
> #
>
-------------------------------------------------------------------
> # JDBC connection settings. This is used by the
> JDBCToXML task that
> # will create an XML database schema from JDBC
> metadata. These
> # settings are also used by the SQL Ant task to
> initialize your
> # Torque system with the generated SQL.
> #
> # sameJavaName
> #   If true, the JDBC task will set the javaName
> attribute for the tables 
> #   and columns to be the same as SQL name.
> #
>
-------------------------------------------------------------------
> 
> #torque.database.createUrl =
> jdbc:postgresql://127.0.0.1:5432/template1
> #torque.database.buildUrl =
> jdbc:postgresql://127.0.0.1:5432/bookstore
> torque.database.url =
> jdbc:mysql://127.0.0.1/killerapp
> torque.database.driver = org.gjt.mm.mysql.Driver
> torque.database.user = apdas
> torque.database.password = apdasetslab
> torque.database.host = 127.0.0.1
> 
> torque.sameJavaName = false
> 
> 
> 2 => under the schema directory 
> 
> there are two files which are 
> 
>
1:=>/home/satya/torque/src/generator/src/schema/killerapp-schema.xml
> which content is
> 
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