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SubjectAuthor
* omnibase?john c
`* Re: omnibase?Richard Ronteltap
 `* Re: omnibase?john c
  `* Re: omnibase?John Aspinall
   `* D7-ReStore-ODBC-SQliteSanjay Minni
    `* Re: D7-ReStore-ODBC-SQlitejohn.a...@gmail.com
     `* Re: D7-ReStore-ODBC-SQliteSanjay Minni
      `- Re: D7-ReStore-ODBC-SQliteGlenn Swanlund

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Subject: omnibase?
From: john c
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Date: Sun, 2 Jun 2019 19:07 UTC
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Subject: omnibase?
From: jndbusin...@gmail.com (john c)
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hi all,

i just got around to updating from v7.0.44 to 7.1.4. is omnibase not available anymore? if so where can i find it? i've got about 8 apps all built on it :(

john


Subject: Re: omnibase?
From: Richard Ronteltap
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Subject: Re: omnibase?
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I think it's removed because of lack of UTF8 support.
https://github.com/dolphinsmalltalk/Dolphin/issues/580


Subject: Re: omnibase?
From: john c
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Subject: Re: omnibase?
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On Sunday, June 2, 2019 at 6:58:18 PM UTC-4, Richard Ronteltap wrote:
I think it's removed because of lack of UTF8 support.
https://github.com/dolphinsmalltalk/Dolphin/issues/580

thanks.

does anyone have a functional equivalent to omnibase?

john


Subject: Re: omnibase?
From: John Aspinall
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Subject: Re: omnibase?
From: john.asp...@gmail.com (John Aspinall)
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Hi John - ReStore, my object-relational interface for Dolphin, provides transparent persistency to a relational database and is actively maintained:

https://github.com/rko281/ReStore

Persistency is entirely through normal Smalltalk methods; ReStore takes care of creating and maintaining the database structure so no relational knowledge is needed. Used with SQLite it can provide fast, file-based persistency similar to Omnibase.

Feel free to message me if you'd like more details.

Cheers.

John


On Monday, June 3, 2019 at 1:05:23 AM UTC+1, john c wrote:
On Sunday, June 2, 2019 at 6:58:18 PM UTC-4, Richard Ronteltap wrote:
I think it's removed because of lack of UTF8 support.
https://github.com/dolphinsmalltalk/Dolphin/issues/580

thanks.

does anyone have a functional equivalent to omnibase?

john



Subject: D7-ReStore-ODBC-SQlite
From: Sanjay Minni
Newsgroups: comp.lang.smalltalk.dolphin
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Subject: D7-ReStore-ODBC-SQlite
From: sanjay.m...@gmail.com (Sanjay Minni)
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Hi John (Aspinall),

is it required for D7-ReStore-SQLite to go thru ODBC.

I was looking to reduce any dependency on the local Windows user installation.

Is there a possibility of a single 32 bit package incl SQLite DLL and all drivers without having to depend on any pre-existing files / support from Windows or making any entry in the registry.

(I am using http://www.ch-werner.de/sqliteodbc/

regards
Sanjay

On Monday, 3 June, 2019 at 1:28:29 pm UTC+5:30, john.a...@gmail.com wrote:
Hi John - ReStore, my object-relational interface for Dolphin, provides transparent persistency to a relational database and is actively maintained:

https://github.com/rko281/ReStore

Persistency is entirely through normal Smalltalk methods; ReStore takes care of creating and maintaining the database structure so no relational knowledge is needed. Used with SQLite it can provide fast, file-based persistency similar to Omnibase.

Feel free to message me if you'd like more details.

Cheers.

John
On Monday, June 3, 2019 at 1:05:23 AM UTC+1, john c wrote:
On Sunday, June 2, 2019 at 6:58:18 PM UTC-4, Richard Ronteltap wrote:
I think it's removed because of lack of UTF8 support.
https://github.com/dolphinsmalltalk/Dolphin/issues/580

thanks.

does anyone have a functional equivalent to omnibase?

john


Subject: Re: D7-ReStore-ODBC-SQlite
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Subject: Re: D7-ReStore-ODBC-SQlite
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Hi Sanjay,

ReStore for Dolphin currently only supports database connections via ODBC so you'd need to ensure the SQLite ODBC driver is installed on a target machine.

You can avoid the need to set up an ODBC datasource by specifying a connectString rather than a dsn, for example:

aReStore connectString: 'DRIVER=SQLite3 ODBC Driver;Database=c:\mydb.db'

Porting the SQLite native client from Pharo is on my to-do list so will hopefully happen at some point.

Hope this helps,

John



On Thursday, April 15, 2021 at 5:48:07 AM UTC+1, Sanjay Minni wrote:
(Subject Changed)

Hi John (Aspinall),

is it required for D7-ReStore-SQLite to go thru ODBC.

I was looking to reduce any dependency on the local Windows user installation.

Is there a possibility of a single 32 bit package incl SQLite DLL and all drivers without having to depend on any pre-existing files / support from Windows or making any entry in the registry.

(I am using http://www.ch-werner.de/sqliteodbc/

regards
Sanjay
On Monday, 3 June, 2019 at 1:28:29 pm UTC+5:30, john.a...@gmail.com wrote:
Hi John - ReStore, my object-relational interface for Dolphin, provides transparent persistency to a relational database and is actively maintained:

https://github.com/rko281/ReStore

Persistency is entirely through normal Smalltalk methods; ReStore takes care of creating and maintaining the database structure so no relational knowledge is needed. Used with SQLite it can provide fast, file-based persistency similar to Omnibase.

Feel free to message me if you'd like more details.

Cheers.

John
On Monday, June 3, 2019 at 1:05:23 AM UTC+1, john c wrote:
On Sunday, June 2, 2019 at 6:58:18 PM UTC-4, Richard Ronteltap wrote:
I think it's removed because of lack of UTF8 support.
https://github.com/dolphinsmalltalk/Dolphin/issues/580

thanks.

does anyone have a functional equivalent to omnibase?

john


Subject: Re: D7-ReStore-ODBC-SQlite
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Subject: Re: D7-ReStore-ODBC-SQlite
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Thanks John,
will move on this
but a native client for Dolphin-SQLite would be great as it can mean a hasslefree install lean app file for windows which otherwise Dolphin is really perfect for

Sanjay 

On Thursday, 15 April, 2021 at 1:59:08 pm UTC+5:30, john.a...@gmail.com wrote:
Hi Sanjay,

ReStore for Dolphin currently only supports database connections via ODBC so you'd need to ensure the SQLite ODBC driver is installed on a target machine.

You can avoid the need to set up an ODBC datasource by specifying a connectString rather than a dsn, for example:

aReStore connectString: 'DRIVER=SQLite3 ODBC Driver;Database=c:\mydb.db'

Porting the SQLite native client from Pharo is on my to-do list so will hopefully happen at some point.

Hope this helps,

John
On Thursday, April 15, 2021 at 5:48:07 AM UTC+1, Sanjay Minni wrote:
(Subject Changed)

Hi John (Aspinall),

is it required for D7-ReStore-SQLite to go thru ODBC.

I was looking to reduce any dependency on the local Windows user installation.

Is there a possibility of a single 32 bit package incl SQLite DLL and all drivers without having to depend on any pre-existing files / support from Windows or making any entry in the registry.

(I am using http://www.ch-werner.de/sqliteodbc/

regards
Sanjay
On Monday, 3 June, 2019 at 1:28:29 pm UTC+5:30, john.a...@gmail.com wrote:
Hi John - ReStore, my object-relational interface for Dolphin, provides transparent persistency to a relational database and is actively maintained:

https://github.com/rko281/ReStore

Persistency is entirely through normal Smalltalk methods; ReStore takes care of creating and maintaining the database structure so no relational knowledge is needed. Used with SQLite it can provide fast, file-based persistency similar to Omnibase.

Feel free to message me if you'd like more details.

Cheers.

John
On Monday, June 3, 2019 at 1:05:23 AM UTC+1, john c wrote:
On Sunday, June 2, 2019 at 6:58:18 PM UTC-4, Richard Ronteltap wrote:
I think it's removed because of lack of UTF8 support.
https://github.com/dolphinsmalltalk/Dolphin/issues/580

thanks.

does anyone have a functional equivalent to omnibase?

john


Subject: Re: D7-ReStore-ODBC-SQlite
From: Glenn Swanlund
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On Thursday, 15 April 2021 at 03:30:24 UTC-7, Sanjay Minni wrote:
Thanks John,
will move on this
but a native client for Dolphin-SQLite would be great as it can mean a hasslefree install lean app file for windows which otherwise Dolphin is really perfect for

Sanjay
On Thursday, 15 April, 2021 at 1:59:08 pm UTC+5:30, john.a...@gmail.com wrote:
Hi Sanjay,

ReStore for Dolphin currently only supports database connections via ODBC so you'd need to ensure the SQLite ODBC driver is installed on a target machine.

You can avoid the need to set up an ODBC datasource by specifying a connectString rather than a dsn, for example:

aReStore connectString: 'DRIVER=SQLite3 ODBC Driver;Database=c:\mydb.db'

Porting the SQLite native client from Pharo is on my to-do list so will hopefully happen at some point.

Hope this helps,

John
On Thursday, April 15, 2021 at 5:48:07 AM UTC+1, Sanjay Minni wrote:
(Subject Changed)

Hi John (Aspinall),

is it required for D7-ReStore-SQLite to go thru ODBC.

I was looking to reduce any dependency on the local Windows user installation.

Is there a possibility of a single 32 bit package incl SQLite DLL and all drivers without having to depend on any pre-existing files / support from Windows or making any entry in the registry.

(I am using http://www.ch-werner.de/sqliteodbc/

regards
Sanjay
On Monday, 3 June, 2019 at 1:28:29 pm UTC+5:30, john.a...@gmail.com wrote:
Hi John - ReStore, my object-relational interface for Dolphin, provides transparent persistency to a relational database and is actively maintained:

https://github.com/rko281/ReStore

Persistency is entirely through normal Smalltalk methods; ReStore takes care of creating and maintaining the database structure so no relational knowledge is needed. Used with SQLite it can provide fast, file-based persistency similar to Omnibase.

Feel free to message me if you'd like more details.

Cheers.

John
On Monday, June 3, 2019 at 1:05:23 AM UTC+1, john c wrote:
On Sunday, June 2, 2019 at 6:58:18 PM UTC-4, Richard Ronteltap wrote:
I think it's removed because of lack of UTF8 support.
https://github.com/dolphinsmalltalk/Dolphin/issues/580

thanks.

does anyone have a functional equivalent to omnibase?

john
Martin Rubi had a native Dolphin package for SQLite. Not sure how to contact him.


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