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Problem with upsizing to mysql..."Relation corrupt"

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  • Ted Giles
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    Re: Problem with upsizing to mysql..."Relation corrupt"

    I'm on leave for about 10 days thend I will revisit with an example.

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  • ampapa
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    Re: Problem with upsizing to mysql..."Relation corrupt"

    Ted,

    I'm hoping your still available for questions... slight delay in getting back to this project but as I look for a way to create the link to an external table it just isn't apparent on how to accomplish this task.

    "Method. Create a sql table, create a connection, connect and you will see the sql connection squiggle"


    Trying to follow your example and I'm not seeing this option on any of the menu's. I may also be a little confused... I'm assuming you are using the existing table and jumping from there as opposed to creating a "new" table..? I also am on V11.

    If I'm thinking about this correctly I should be able to "upsize" or create a link to mysql, copy of the existing table, and make it editable. This would essentially leave the entire Alpha5 program in tact and still function as is with now the updates happening in mysql for this 1 specific table. I would then be able to front end that table in PHP... accomplishing my goal.

    So, a little more guidance would be appreciated...

    ampapa,

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  • Ted Giles
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    Re: Problem with upsizing to mysql..."Relation corrupt"

    Let me know if you have troubles.

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  • ampapa
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    Re: Problem with upsizing to mysql..."Relation corrupt"

    Really appreciate the post Ted.

    "Yes, you can link just one table to an sql db. I have one app with a web front end and a desktop front end running against SQLSERVER16
    Method. Create a sql table, create a connection, connect and you will see the sql connection squiggle "

    Exactly what I have going on, php frontending one of the tables that needs read/write access.

    I'll give it another go based on your advice.

    Thanks,

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  • Ted Giles
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    Re: Problem with upsizing to mysql..."Relation corrupt"

    Some suggestions.
    The custjob.set is the cause of the error. Revisit the set relationships. SQL is finniky about foreign keys.
    I don't know of an error log, but I am on V11
    The upsize genie is intended to do just that - create a new w/space
    Yes, you can link just one table to an sql db. I have one app with a web front end and a desktop front end running against SQLSERVER16
    Method. Create a sql table, create a connection, connect and you will see the sql connection squiggle
    I can't remember if you can do it in reverse and I'm on my tablet, so let me know what you are aiming for and I will see if I can create similar.

    Edit. Yes, you can upsize whichever tables you want to MySql and you can create a new database at the same time. The new workspace has to be opened, and will only show the upsized tables in the workspace now.
    If you want a mixture of DBF and SQL in the same workspace, just use the Add Table feature which will bring over the forms as well.
    Last edited by Ted Giles; 04-24-2019, 12:29 PM.

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  • ampapa
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    Re: Problem with upsizing to mysql..."Relation corrupt"

    A couple of additional question to go along with my original if I may...

    - Does Alpha log and errors or process issues in a log?
    - Why, when upsizing does it create an entirely "new" workspace instead of migrate just the table/tables that are selected?
    - Is it possible manually create the DB link for just a single table within a workspace?

    Hopefully someone has experienced similar problems or has some input, all is welcome.

    Thanks,

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  • ampapa
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    Problem with upsizing to mysql..."Relation corrupt"

    I'm having an issue when trying to upsize to mysql with Alpha Anywhere v12.

    The process seems to complete as expected with no errors however when I attempt to launch the workspace I get the following error:

    SNAG-0291.jpg

    The original application works just fine without error...

    Does anyone have any ideas on A) what this is telling me and B) how I can begin to track down the problem.

    Many thanks for any ideas and suggestions.

    ampapa,
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