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I am interested in developing some new functionality in Rel, but one of the problems that I have is that although I am ok at writing Java, I am less capable of building Java programs. It's even worse when I did not write the code, and Rel is a pretty sophisticated code, indeed. Feature Request: I wi...
- Fri Nov 01, 2013 9:58 pm
- Forum: Discussion
- Topic: API for Accessing Rel Server
- Replies: 1
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(Pardon my question if it is addressed elsewhere, but I have been unable to find) I would like to access a Rel server from my own Java program. For example, I would like to synthesize a string and then send it to the Rel DB. Of course, some way of getting the output would be needed. (I have been abl...
Hi Dave, Thanks for making 1.0.9 available. I tried to install this version on Lion, and the new? installer gives three choices for optional installs: Source, Testing, Scripts. When I click on one of these initially unchecked boxes, then Java goes wild and throws the error shown below. As a suggesti...
- Wed May 23, 2012 1:17 pm
- Forum: Getting Started
- Topic: stdin/stdout, Large Data, etc.
- Replies: 1
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Hi Dave, I have taken Rel for a spin, and I like it! I have been using the DBrowser to interact with a custom database specified with the -f switch. Now, I wish to plan ahead for use-cases that I encounter at work. I would like to "data mine" gigabytes and potentially terabytes of data. It looks lik...
Hi All, I am trying to get started with Suppliers and Parts. When I use this command (found in Date's SQL and Relational Theory, 2nd edition page 86), I get an error for relation SP. ERROR: Encountered "FOREIGN" at line 27, column 1. Was expecting one of: "KEY" ... ";" ... Any advice would b...