[Instantrails-users] Confused Newbie question
mrdave215 at gmail.com
Mon Apr 7 16:21:30 EDT 2008
I guess that is possible, there is nother database somewhere. I do not have
any other database running on my computer or on the network right now. Just
what came with R -on- R.
The task manager shows mysqld.exe and nothing else with "sql". Where do I
find the database/port config?
On Mon, Apr 7, 2008 at 2:21 PM, David Morton <mortonda at dgrmm.net> wrote:
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> > I have instant rails 2.0 installed and running happily. I unzipped
> > everything into a Ruby folder.
> > I only have one copy of Mysql on my computer. I run the instant
> > rails program then go in and start the mycoookbook application.
> > I got a blank cook book. So i added a couple of catagories and poked
> > around.
> > I then went into mysql admin. This showed the database config, which
> > is fine. When I went into browse the tables, there were recipes in
> > there already. The recipies and catagories I added where not to be
> > found.
> > I looked at my task list and there is only one mysql process.
> > What am I missing here.
> Rails 2.0 defaults to using sqlite, I think. Is that packaged with
> Rails now? It's possible that your changes are in the sqlite
> database, and it's not connecting to mysql.
> David Morton
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