[Zope-DB] Re:Initializing DCOracle2 and connecting to outside
jabramson at wgen.net
Tue Oct 19 14:59:21 EDT 2004
well, there appears to be some help here:
The thing you need from here is dco2.pyd (pre-built binaries for py 2.3
don't come with the distribution, which is the reason your install.py is
I -think- you can just unzip the DCOracle2 dist archive into your
lib/python/Products folder, and put mikey's dco2.pyd into the outer
DCOracle2 folder there (next to __init__.py, version.py and
DCOracle2.py), and that should get you up and running after a Zope
restart. However, I'm not a licensed DCOracle2 Support Technician and
can guarantee nothing...
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Barry Sperling [mailto:barry at angleinc.com]
> Sent: Tuesday, October 19, 2004 2:30 PM
> To: zope-db at zope.org
> Subject: [Zope-DB] Re:Initializing DCOracle2 and connecting
> to outside script
> Thanks for the reply, Jim!
> I said:
> >> 1) Trying to connect with DCOracle2, the install.py
> >>says it needs an older version of Python than the one in
> Zope >>or the one I've downloaded and started learning with (2.3.4).
> And you said:
> > As far as your first question, one would need to know the
> Zope/python > versions you have installed (the python that
> came with Zope is the one > of interest, not any standalones
> you might also have installed) to give > better advice. But
> something you definitely want to make sure of is > that
> you're running install.py with the python.exe that came with
> Zope > (again, not a standalone python install).
> When I run the D:\Program
> Files\Zope-2.7.2-0\bin\python.exe it reports that it is 2.3.3
> I'm pretty sure that the DCOracle2 requested an older
> version than that. Any thoughts?
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