DBD-QBase 1.0

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CreatedCreated : Jun 11, 2007
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dbd-qbase by Ben Lindstrom module provides you a QBase Driver for DBI. Installing - Before you can install DBD:qbase you need the following:
- perl. 001m (NOTE the "m"!!) source
- dbi . 63 (or higher) source
- QuickBase 4. 1 (Note, it's not been tested with other version)
- Unarchives Perl5, DBI, and QBase. Put the DBI directory under your recently created perl5/ext directory. Do the same for QBase. (note: NeXT's symlinks are not link Linux/SunOS/Solaris so please don't just symlink the directories in. . If you do then you'll have to run perl5/miniperl ext/DBI/Makefile. PL by hand since it will file to run. ) !2. 1] go to ext/QBase and do a perl makefile. PL if you have a copy of ! perl install. Or else . . /. . /mainperl (? ) if you don't. Without ! doing this is will fail. . IT complains about DBI being static. ! ignore all the warnings. =)
- Now run . /Configure and when you see the following lines add in the correct responses.
- Any additional ld flags (NOT including libraries)? [-u libsys_s] -- Add: -ObjC
- Any additional libraries? [-ldbm] -- Add: -lMedia_s -lNeXT_s -lQBSQL5_1
- What extensions do you wish to load statically? [ ] -- Add: DBI QBase
- run "Make"
- 1st Note: For some reason on NeXT DBI bombs out because of multiply declares of crypt() I personally commented it out of the perl. h file. There are better ways of doing this, but this way will work for now. . Perl programmers should check for crypt() and not declare it/use it if it exits.
- 2th node: It might take 2 times through the make file. Since perl seems to dynamicly build and modify some of it's source on demand. ! * 3rd note: If on linking you get an error about -L look in your ! perl5/ext. libs my Makefile. PL is a bit broke. =)
- Now after QBase failes to compile go to perl5/lib/auto and do the following command: (This is a known problem I'll fix in next version) kiki# ln -s DBD/QBase QBase
- Then go back to perl5/ and do a "make" again. It should correctly compiled QBase now.
- Then just do a "make install" and your done.

DBD-QBase 1.0 scripting tags: database, qbase, driver, database module, run, database driver, dbd-qbase, qbase driver, perl, dbi. What is new in DBD-QBase 1.0 software script? - Unable to find DBD-QBase 1.0 news. What is improvements are expecting? Newly-made DBD-QBase 1.1 will be downloaded from here. You may download directly. Please write the reviews of the DBD-QBase. License limitations are unspecified.