technodolt at gmail.com
Mon Apr 16 19:40:55 UTC 2007
Thanks to both Ramiro and Todd for good advice :) That's exactly what I was
If anyone cares (at all), you can see the beginning of my tutorial at
You can also feel free to comment, and I will definitely change/update
anything I have wrong.
On 4/16/07, Todd Blanchard <tblanchard at mac.com> wrote:
> Lots of people are using postgres with glorp.
> -Todd Blanchard
> On Apr 16, 2007, at 10:43 AM, Luke Ivers wrote:
> > In the one place I really found any in depth-information, it showed
> > creating a DB connection each time you wanted to access information
> > stored in a GOODS based DB... is this the suggested method of
> > retrieving database information?
> > Also, is GOODS the only suggested resource for storing DB
> > information? I see that there is a Postgre DB client written for
> > Squeak, I was hoping to be able to use some kind of ORM to be able
> > to access a different DB than GOODS... is that possible?
> > I intend to start on creating a tutorial as part of my learning
> > experience (I find that writing down how I did things not only
> > helps others to do the same things, but solidifies my knowledge of
> > what I'm doing).
> > I am going to start out attempting to write my own blog software,
> > followed by a couple of more complex projects, hopefully
> > documenting my each step along the way.
> > However, I am at a loss as far as DB connectivity goes... can
> > anyone point me to a guide on this, or give me a few pointers on
> > how I should be accomplishing it?
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