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From Chris Custine <chris.cust...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: [J2] Vote: Torque schema generation problems - how to proceed?
Date Thu, 09 Dec 2004 14:57:54 GMT
I apologize, and I really didn't mean to offend anyone.  In my
original message I was actually very careful to state that my problems
were not due to any single project so that I didn;t offend anyone. 
The "total nightmare" I was talking about was the entire process of
generating the Jetspeed2 schema and init data on Postgres with
torque-gen, so sorry for the bad wording.

The main problem I have is with the BIT types used in JS2, and I have
posted detailed information in this mailing list message:

and there is a bug already listing this problem with comments by
myself and others:

Hopefully this clarifies the problem I am speaking about.

Thanks guys,

On Thu, 9 Dec 2004 09:18:28 +0000 (UTC), Henning P. Schmiedehausen
<hps@intermeta.de> wrote:
> Chris Custine <chris.custine@gmail.com> writes:
> >I think you may want to consider these items in the context of fixing
> >the total nightmare of using torque-gen with Postgres as well.  I have
> >posted several times about the hoops I jump through to get JS2 and
> >Postgres to work together, and your suggestions look like a good
> >opportunity to fix those problems with torque-gen and Postgres.  To be
> >clear, no single project is at fault (Postgres, Torque, or JS2), but
> >some minor bad choices in each are making Postgres support really
> >crappy right now in JS2.
> The Torque people right over there at torque-dev@db.apache.org would
> be really happy to know what you consider "total nightmare".
> (Personally I'm running a PostgreSQL based Project using sequences as
> ID generators with ~4000 tables in 52 schemas inside a database quite
> successful. All tables are generated an maintained by Torque and
> accessed through Torque and Hibernate).
> (Folks, if you have trouble with Torque and/or improvements or wishes,
> LET US KNOW!). Not many Torque people scan the lists of <arbitrary
> project>. Just come over to torque-dev or torque-user and tell us. We
> are not only willing to listen, we are even willing to act and improve
> our code to cater the needs of our users. That's what a project is all
> about.
>         Regards
>                 Henning (Torque committer)
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