On Friday 11 May 2007 22:44:39 Bram Schoenmakers wrote:
> Op vrijdag 11 mei 2007, schreef Drew Sanford:
>
> Hi,
>
> >     I am using Kexi to track various things in my office, including time
> > off. This works well because I can write queries for each employee
> > showing me how much time they have requested off, etc. - however it
> > appears that after a recent upgrade of all ports, which included a KDE
> > update, SQL no longer works. For instance, I have a table called
> > time_off that has many records in it, but even a simple query such as
> >
> > SELECT * FROM time_off;
> >
> > yields an empty result. Does anyone have any pointers on what it might
> > take to get this working again? I have about 30 saved queries, none of
> > them work any more.
>
> What kind of database? Native (SQLite), MySQL, Postgres?
>
> Kind regards,

I think you should install the qt database(s) support you want via ports:

qt-ibase-plugin
qt-mysql-plugin
qt-odbc-plugin
qt-pgsql-plugin
qt-sqlite-plugin
qt4-ibase-plugin
qt4-mysql-plugin
qt4-odbc-plugin
qt4-pgsql-plugin
qt4-sql
qt4-sqlite-plugin
qt4-sqlite3-plugin

All are in PORTSDIR/databases.

Dan
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