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Registered: Nov 2001
Posts: 1

Hello cocobase support,

Subject : map not correctly generated

I downloaded the cocobase demo and am trying to follow the samples.
I encountered a severe issue, so I will give you my context, the passed actions and the currently blocking situation.

I work under Linux (RedHat 7.2).
JSDK 1.3_01, JSDKEE 1.3 and Forte for java CE 3.0 are installed.
I use the bundle jboss 2.4.3-tomcat 4.0 ( which runs ).
I installed cocobase demo.
I have made minor changes in the script "" before executing. This only to take in account that the subdirectory of jboss is "jboss" and not "jboss2-2" as intended by the original script.
The installation has created the ear file but don't found two classes (CocoBlob and CocoClob).
I started so the jboss CMP sample.
I would like use PostgreSQL for the repository database, but don't found them. The long lines in the list-box are not entirely readable.
Finally I choosed cloudscape for the repository because I was sure to have it on my machine (JDK EE installation).
After that, I had no difficulty for creating the "InfoCity" table.
But at map creating step, the tool tell me that the map was well generated. Nevertheless, it don't find them later for the java code creation.
The map list has the same behaviour: the map icon with the name "maps" is the last line and has no key icon before it.
In this situation, I'm not able create java code from an invisible map !

11-14-2001 06:38 AM
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Registered: Apr 2001
Posts: 19

PostreSQL uses the Microsoft target. That's the database ddl
that's most similar to its structure. Just delete the CB_*
tables we generated and allow the CocoAdmin tool to
reconnect. It should create a repository that saves maps
properly. It should default to the Microsoft target by

The other issue with PostgreSQL is that although it supports
schema names in the meta data, but not in the resulting SQL.
So to easily solve this just edit the CocoAdmin config file in
demos/resources/ and change the properties
related to this from:



Then your maps should create and function properly.

Hope this helps!


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