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Re: Web applications



Le Jeudi 19 Août 2004 15:57, Kai Hendry a écrit :
> On Thu, Aug 19, 2004 at 03:48:02PM +0300, Kai Hendry wrote:
> > Mysql on a remote machine sounds less proper to me. :) But good
> > point. This problem needs to be solved.
>
> How about a mysql virtual package for a debian package to depend on
> whereby if a mysql-server at al is not installed a dialogue
> (questions!) are posed to the administrator.
>
> These questions are simply informing the system where the mysql server
> is and it's debian-sys-maint super user details. This is for for
> dependent packages to use with the minimum of fuss.
>
> With ODBC in mind, I don't think we should waste time abstracting for
> other DBMSs for the moment.

well, I'm not sure. pgsql is very popular too eg...

a www-ressource that holds all our local/distant dbms ressouce, and web 
servers is better.

then, an app knows which dbms it can use, which server it can runs 
under, ... and can ask www-erssource for already configured ressource 
that match, and let the admin choose the one he wants through the list.

we can with that allow use of multiple ressource (not for dbms obviously, 
but for http servers eg).

the dialog should provide a 'add new ressource' and 'leave unconfigured' 
as well.

In fact, we are talking about a wwwconfig-common replacement

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