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[Solved?] CVS not working, status of 2.1.5?

 
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Hi, reading the forum I figured that I'd need the CVS version to get sqlserver support for the forum.

So I checked that out and got it running. But there seem to be some issues with the database/datamodel - at least for the sqlserver?

I could get the forum up running by fixing the UserModel.selectById query (adding a missing column)

Now I can run the forum, admin, create categories, forums.

I registered a new user. I tried to post as this new user. Here I get the next error:



I can't find this last_user_id column nowhere in the sqlserver SQL files and have no idea, how to fix that.

Question:
is this a work in progress?
how usable is the CVS version, especially the SQLSERVER support?
any timeline on a 2.1.5 release?

I could try and help a bit in testing the sqlserver stuff - if that helps
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SQL Server is not usable as far as I know - it should work for other databases.

Rafael
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I don't know about the current cvs status, but sometime ago I had submitted an sql file for sql server. You can find it here:

https://coderanch.com/t/575550

I'm using sql server without any problem...
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cagin wrote:I don't know about the current cvs status, but sometime ago I had submitted an sql file for sql server. You can find it here:

https://coderanch.com/t/575550

I'm using sql server without any problem...



Hm, using your script I'm back at where I was directly after checking out jforum from CVS:


The column "user_biography" exists in the user table. SO I can fix that error by adding the column to UserModel.selectById like

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cagin wrote:I don't know about the current cvs status, but sometime ago I had submitted an sql file for sql server. You can find it here:

https://coderanch.com/t/575550

I'm using sql server without any problem...



Continued from above ...

After the last change to sqlserver.sql I can start the forum, login as admin, configure, creeate categories and forums, create new users, login, logout.

But I cannot post messages. When trying it fails with



UPDATE

after some debugging (thank god jforum is open source ) I think I could fix that issue:

I replaced all occurances of

last_post_by_id

in the sqlserver.sql with

last_user_id



UPDATE

another issue: SqlServerUserDAO.java#selectAll(int, int) did not work with your changed sqlserver.sql. I changed the code a little




Now I can post, reply, quote, PM whatever. Will test this further.

Could anybody check those changes and perhaps update the file in CVS?



Next step: implement SSO from the surrounding web app ...



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Ok, changes commited to the cvs

Thanks

Rafael
[originally posted on jforum.net by Rafael Steil]
 
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