[Seaside] new user curious about use of GLORP with Seaside on Squeak 3.8

Todd Blanchard tblanchard at mac.com
Mon Jan 9 01:36:40 CET 2006

If using oracle with glorp is a hard requirement for you, you will  
want to use the seaside port on VisualWorks where the glorp  
implementation supports many more databases.  Glorp on squeak is  
postgres only.

On Jan 8, 2006, at 1:01 PM, Michael Kohout wrote:

> Hello-
> I've been curious about and have dabbled in Smalltalk in general (and
> Squeak in particular) for a while but only recently I've become aware
> of Seaside.  From what I can tell, for the most part I like it and
> have decided to write a proof of concept application for my
> department.  My largest requirement for this proof of concept is that
> I can use some Object Relational Mapping system that works for
> Postgres(development) and Oracle(production).
> To this end, I decided to try using GLORP, but I can't get the
> required Postgres client(v 0.9.2) to install into my image.
> If there is a patched version of this client, or some other postgres
> client out there could someone point it out?
> What is the most common pattern for Seaside applications?  What do you
> use to persist stuff to a relational database?
> thanks for any insight you can provide.
> Mike Kohout
> Software Engineer
> Minnesota State Colleges and Universities
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