[Zope-DB] Newbie question: DCOracle2 installation

Tena Sakai tena.sakai.b@bayer.com
Fri, 4 Apr 2003 10:13:55 -0800

Thanks for your reply, Matt.

      > Well actually the easiest thing is to untar it in
      > .../lib/python/Products under your Zope home.
Naturally, I want to do the easiest thing and I
did as you suggested above and restarted zope.
But DCOracle2 option does not appear in the
"add" pull-down menu.  What am I missing or do
ing wrong?


Tena Sakai

                      "Matthew T.                                                                                               
                      Kromer"                  To:       Tena Sakai <tena.sakai.b@bayer.com>                                    
                      <matt@zope.com>          cc:       zope-db@zope.org                                                       
                                               Subject:  Re: [Zope-DB] Newbie question: DCOracle2 installation                  
                      04/04/2003 07:02                                                                                          

Tena Sakai wrote:

>Greetings folks,
>I just downloaded the latest DCOracle2 product.  I am a bit
>confused about installation.  It says:
>      After compilation on Unix, the easiest thing to do is link
>      lib/python/Products/ZOracleDA in Zope's tree to your DCO directory.
>Does "DCO directory" mean the DCOracle2 directory created
>from untar'ing?  Assuming that's the case, would the following
>paraphrasing be correct?  (I am not doing any compiling.  Oops,
>the platform I am using is Redhat 8.0, zope, zope 2.6.1, python 2.1.3)
>      After untar'ing, create a link called
>      to the newly created DCOracle2 directory.
>Am I mistaken in thinking that I can get away with no compilation is
>By the way, is there anyway I can do this via gui in /Control_Panel/Products?

Well actually the easiest thing is to untar it in
.../lib/python/Products under your Zope home.

If you don't do that, it means

ln -s $ZOPE_HOME/lib/python/Products/DCOracle2 $PATH_TO_DCOracle2

or if you want to use the old name, make the link in lib/python/Products
named ZOracleDA.

Those build instructions are kind of old, they were aimed at people
converting from the OCI 7 version of DCOracle.

Matt Kromer
Zope Corporation  http://www.zope.com/