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Unable to generate Map
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Registered: Mar 2004
Posts: 4

I installed CocoAdmin and am able to connect to the database and select tables. I am trying to create the 4 repository tables. However, when I reach the last stage and click "generate map" Cocobase stops responding.
I see the fol. message on the command prompt:

"Unable to access Object Schema. Please make sure that your database has been initialized for Cocobase"

Can someone please advice.


03-08-2004 10:03 AM
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Registered: Apr 2001
Posts: 19

Some databases don't actually commit the ddl creation of the repository tables unless the 'autocommit' is selected on the repository install screen. This sounds like it's the case with your database.

Just exit CocoAdmin, reconnect to your database, and if you get the repository install screen again, make sure you select the autocommit flag and then re-install the repository tables. The maps should save properly then.


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