[Seaside] new user curious about use of GLORP with Seaside on
mwkohout at gmail.com
Tue Jan 10 19:49:38 CET 2006
Bummer. Off to download the noncommercial VisualWorks.
On 1/8/06, Todd Blanchard <tblanchard at mac.com> wrote:
> 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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