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Horst Knorr
knoda

Database by knorr 40 comments

libhk_kdeclasses is part of the knoda package (it's impossible to compile knoda without creating hk_kdeclasses automatically), so it must be an installation error

Horst - Jan 31 2006
knoda

Database by knorr 40 comments

Currently it is only available within forms, There you can call it in the toolbar. - Dec 02 2004
knoda

Database by knorr 40 comments

You probably did install knoda via rpm.
There is another package missing. I recommend to compile knoda from the sources

First install the -devel rpms
mysql-devel.rpm (or postgres-devel.rpm)
kdelibs-devel.rpm
kdebase-devel.rpm
kdegraphics-devel.rpm
qt3-devel.rpm

The exact name of the rpms is distribution specific
Then compile
hk_classes with

./configure
make
make install (as root)


and Knoda with

./configure --prefix=/opt/kde3
make
make install (as root)



Horst - Nov 16 2004
knoda

Database by knorr 40 comments

> can we expect sqlite3 support ?
That's in work in the moment

>... will there be ways to export results from SQL querys ?
That's already possible. Select the query, then select File->Export in the menu

> ...will it be possible to import the XML-Data that can be exported ?
In the not so soon future, yes

> ... do you plan to support transferring data between different databases/database-backends ?
That's already implemented, simply drag& drop between 2 database windows, that's all - Oct 04 2004
knoda

Database by knorr 40 comments

If you can login, but the database list remains empty, your user (exactly the user/host combination) has no access to any database. See the documentation of Mysql about the privilege system for details. If your user-account is allowed to create databases, you should be able to create a new (empty) database though. - Sep 23 2004
knoda

Database by knorr 40 comments

you need version 0.7.1-test2 of hk_classes. knoda finds only an older version (probably 0.7.1-test1) on your computer - Sep 15 2004
knoda

Database by knorr 40 comments

Probably you simply don't have the access right to the remote database. See the Mysql documentation (chapter 5.5) about the privilege system for details - Sep 05 2004