- I have already configured the server and I wish to load some new data.
How do I load the new data without going thorugh the process of setting
up the database and configuring other server parameters?
Currently there is no distributed interface to
interactively add or change data within an already installed database.
The option '-m update
the moment the approriate choice for this task. You should in this case
provide again all your data already provided during your last
installation, and add (or modify) any new data you wish to it. You are
not strictly required to provide a server configuration file ('2d_include.pl
'), as the tool should automatically detect your already running server configuration. The tool
will rebuild again your database based on the available data. Entry
versions numbers and database publication and related annotations are
though correctly managed during this process. If, for any reason, the
update process fails, your database is (automatically) restored back in
its previous state.
Meanwhile, if you are planning to add a new project
that is independant of your previous data, then simply
build a new database with the new data to be added, and then modify your Web server configuration file
to manage more than one project (database) simultaneously.
- The installation went well, by when I connect to the Web interface I have systematically the kind of following errors:
ERROR: missing FROM-clause entry for table..."
Those errors are due to some incompatibility between version 2.0 (and lower) and postgreSQL version 8.1.
Upgrade to version 3.10 of Make2D-DB II (or higher) which is fully compatible with the new distributions of postgreSQL.
- My database installation went well. But when I try to access the Web interface, I get the message:
"could not create socket: Permission denied".
This error has been detected on some Fedora/Red Hat core 3 distributions.
It is due to the security level policy for HTTPD service controlled by
You will need to properly configure the SELinux in order to
allow scripts and modules to connect to the network under HTTPD Service
(as Make2D-DB uses the perl module DBI, which connects to postgreSQL databases via TCP/IP).
A more radical solution - not recommended - would be to temporarily turn off SELinux by executing, as root,
the command: ' setenforce 0
'. But be aware that this will deactivate all the security given by SELinux.
Check also that your policy module is up-to-date
(selinux-policy and selinux-policy-targeted packages).
- When the tool tries to read my Melanie XML files, there is an error message saying:
"Bareword "node_parent" not allowed while "strict subs" in use at
/usr/local/lib/perl5/site_perl/5.6.0/XML/XPath/PerlSAX.pm line 54."
This is a bug in CPAN module XML-XPath-1.13 (2003), you should install a recent version.
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