It's an R3 extension. You could load it in R2, but you'd have to program the interface to the extension yourself
Is anyone using Doc's MySql protocol (v4.1 1.3.0) with MySql 5.5.24-cll, protocol v10?
I have a client migrating to a new host. We've been using 1.2.1 against mysql 5.0.95, but 5.5 triggers the client auth error. Moving to Doc's 4.1 version solved that, but a simple test query returns an empty block.
Can't rule out a data migration error yet, as things just moved and getting connected was the frist step. Just curious if someone is known to have this combo working.
Nevermind. I was able to test another query which works, so all is well there. Thanks Doc, once again!
The failing query was a data migration issue, just FYI.
I just upgraded local ubutu and I made the rebol work with ia32-libs again, now rebol mysql client is givin me auth error
Gregg: what did you say you did to make it work? what did you move to 4.1 the mysql server or something else?
Janko: if you're using a newer MySQL version, you need my 4.1 driver.
aha, I hoped he meant that :) , but I only found 1.2.1 on your website
Yes, the link from the blog entry is the right one too.
thanks! I will try it ... otherwise I will reinstall mysq 5.1
Ah right (reading the blog article reminded me a few things), the multiple results reading + stored proc needed more tests.
I've been relying on 4.1 for a long time now. No problems so far. Thanks Doc.
I've also been using it for a very long time. Sadly, not a lot testing with multiple result sets as we don't use this on production, so i can't use multiple result sets. :( it did work correctly with simple tests.
Thought I'd share this in case anyone found it useful (or had any suggestions/criticisms). First part is a description in REBOL of a database schema (sample here: http://reb4.me/r/schema-sample ), second part is a function that generates the MySQL code to create the database/tables. I'd like to add functions to analyse database schemas against my REBOL schema and create 'ALTER' statements as necessary. All in good time...