[Zope] Problem with ZPsycopgDA

Tino Wildenhain tino at wildenhain.de
Sun Feb 15 04:09:09 EST 2004

Hi kittonian,

kittonian wrote:
> I am running 2.6.2 with python 2.1.3 on this new Debian box we brought two
> days ago.  I have another server running this setup perfectly and for some
> reason I cannot get passed this error.
> Traceback (most recent call last):
>   File "/usr/local/Zope-2.6.2-src/lib/python/OFS/Application.py", line 522,
> in import_product
>     product=__import__(pname, global_dict, global_dict, silly)
>   File "/usr/local/zope/lib/python/Products/ZPsycopgDA/__init__.py", line
> 92, in ?
>     import DA
>   File "/usr/local/zope/lib/python/Products/ZPsycopgDA/DA.py", line 93, in ?
>     from db import DB
>   File "/usr/local/zope/lib/python/Products/ZPsycopgDA/db.py", line 99, in ?
>     import psycopg
> AttributeError: 'DateTime' module has no attribute 'mxDateTimeAPI'
> I have been reading through mailing lists, the FAQ, etc. and nothing is
> solving this problem.  I only have 1 python installed on the system and I
> compiled it by hand.  Zope starts just fine and I can get a python shell
> without issue.
> If I type this command - python -c 'import mx.DateTime; print
> dir(mx.DateTime)'
> I get the following output.
> ['ARPA', 'Age', 'April', 'August', 'Date', 'DateFrom', 'DateFromTicks',
> 'DateTime', 'DateTimeDelta', 'DateTimeDeltaFrom', 'DateTimeDeltaFromDays',
> 'DateTimeDeltaFromSeconds', 'DateTimeDeltaType', 'DateTimeFrom',
> 'DateTimeFromAbsDateTime', 'DateTimeFromAbsDays', 'DateTimeFromCOMDate',
> 'DateTimeFromJDN', 'DateTimeFromMJD', 'DateTimeFromTJD',
> 'DateTimeFromTicks', 'DateTimeType', 'December', 'Epoch', 'Error', 'Feasts',
> 'February', 'Friday', 'Gregorian', 'GregorianDate', 'GregorianDateTime',
> 'ISO', 'January', 'Julian', 'JulianDate', 'JulianDateTime', 'July', 'June',
> 'Locale', 'March', 'MaxDateTime', 'MaxDateTimeDelta', 'May', 'MinDateTime',
> 'MinDateTimeDelta', 'Monday', 'Month', 'NIST', 'November', 'ODMG',
> 'October', 'POSIX', 'Parser', 'RangeError', 'RelativeDate',
> 'RelativeDateDiff', 'RelativeDateTime', 'RelativeDateTimeDiff',
> 'RelativeDateTimeFrom', 'Saturday', 'September', 'Sunday', 'Thursday',
> 'Time', 'TimeDelta', 'TimeDeltaFrom', 'TimeFrom', 'TimeFromTicks',
> 'Timestamp', 'TimestampFrom', 'TimestampFromTicks', 'Tuesday', 'Wednesday',
> 'Weekday', '_DT', '_DTD', '__builtins__', '__doc__', '__file__', '__name__',
> '__path__', '__version__', 'add_century', 'cmp', 'ctime', 'current_myriad',
> 'gm2local', 'gmt', 'gmticks', 'gmtime', 'gregorian_jdn', 'julian_jdn',
> 'local2gm', 'local2utc', 'localtime', 'mktime', 'mxDateTime',
> 'mxDateTimeAPI', 'now', 'oneDay', 'oneHour', 'oneMinute', 'oneSecond',
> 'oneWeek', 'setnowapi', 'strptime', 'today', 'tz_offset', 'utc',
> 'utc2local', 'utcticks', 'utctime']
> Any suggestions would be much appreciated.

Look which version of python your Zope installation actually uses
and if this version comes with mxDateTime and psycopg.


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