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From Thomas Fischer <tfisc...@apache.org>
Subject Re: (frustrated torque first timer) Please update the Tutorial
Date Sat, 20 Aug 2005 14:40:26 GMT
Hi,

the tutorial has been updated, it should be correct for Torque 3.2-RC1. I 
believe the issues you have raised have been addressed now. If you got the 
time, I'd appreciate it if you could give it another try.

Of course, if anyone else feels like going at it, please do. If something 
is unclear or incorrect, please send a short email to the users list. 
If you have suggestions what could be explained better, cou can also send 
a mail to the users list or use the brand new user comment links at the 
bottom of the pages

    Thomas


On Wed, 6 Jul 2005, yong LIANG wrote:

> As a first time user of torque I am a little bit frustrated with the tutorial 
> you provided as it does not answer all questions (in my opinion). Find those 
> questions below. I’d really appreciate it if you could update the tutorial.
> In my opinion, there needs to be a tutorial (step by step, every single thing 
> explained, for newbies) and a user guide (explaining all features and stuff).
> So the tutorial can’t assume that the user knows much.
>
> Here are those questions:
>
> 1. What is this Torque Runtime Properties thing you talk about? I have no 
> idea what that means or if I am supposed to do anything in this step.
>
> 2. If I unpack torque-3.1.1.zip, I do NOT see the directory structure that 
> you mentioned. Why not?
>
> 3. Exactly which files do I need? (At first you only talk about the two 
> Torque jars, but later you talk about dependencies)
>
> 4. Where do I get those files?
>
> 5. Where exactly (directory) do I put each of those files?
>
> 6. How do I handle those files? (E.g. which one has to be in my classpath? Do 
> I only need to add the directory to the classpath or each and every single 
> jar? Istn’t there a better way than the classpath?)
>
> 7. Where do I put the database driver? (Someone in this mailing list says it 
> has to be in %MAVEN_HOME%/lib/endorsed. If that is correct, why does the 
> tutorial not mention that? If there is a better location for that file, why 
> does the tutorial not talk about that?
>
> 8. Why does it not work to create/drop a database or tables in PostgreSQL 
> even if everything is set up correctly? Why do some on this list suggest to 
> use the SQL scripts manually instead of letting maven do that? Isn’t that a 
> bug/problem in torque or maven?
>
> 9. Why does the tutorial not mention this issue?
>
> 10. If ‘maven torque’ works and I create the database manually and I create 
> the Bookstore.java application – what could be the reason that I get the 
> message “No java files to be compiled” and then BUILD SUCCESSFUL? This 
> process does not produce ANY class files anywhere. What did I do wrong?
>
> Thanks
>
> Sorry for the frustrated voice in my mail. I didn’t mean to insult anyone.
> Please consider updating your tutorial quickly. That shouldn’t take much 
> time, I think, as I believe all of those questions can be answered by an 
> experienced torque expert without thinking.
>
> Thanks
>
> Yong
>
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