Chris and Jurgen,
thanks so much for your replies.
I have to apologize, it was so simple. The url I gave to the
engineUtility was wrong ! It had 3 (three) slashes !
it was 'mysql:///...' while it had to be 'mysql://..:'
Yesterday evening I was able to make it work, create tables, populate
them and query them.
probably, with wrong or invalid urls the machinery for the connecton
tries with a standard url, which happens to be '[EMAIL PROTECTED] etc'
Well, thanks so much anyhow.
I'm considering to use Zalchemy to provide a file system like access
(ftp or web dav) to an existing database.
The database is from a phpbms installation and I don't like the user
In the Zope book there's an example of giving an ftp like access to a
bbs made with Zope.
If I'll be able to map my database to some Zope objects, I'll then
try to extend that example to represent my stuff.
I don't know wether to use rtf models with values taken from the
database pasted in them or Xml or restructured text (I heard about it
but I don't know exactly what it is).
Now, it's early. But I think I'll come here to ask for help some more
times, so you'll be kept informed about my progress ;-)
At 09.01 07/11/2006, you wrote:
DBAPIError: (Connection failed) (OperationalError) (1045, "Access
denied for user 'ODBC'@'localhost' (using password: NO)")
This seems like you need to find out how to allow access to you user
in mysql. It also looks like you might want to supply a password somewhere...
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