Re: gda config component

On mar, 18 avr 2000, you wrote:

> No, it's not there, you must click on 'Load', on the toolbar, and it
> should appear there.

Ok! After trying a lot of things, I finally found it. I managed to make my
button appear in the notebook! It is really a NICE thing to see it work like

I'm just now wondering about what should really go into the config component.
Tell me if I'm being wrong about all this, but here is my point of view:

The config component should allow the user to configure the corresponding DBMS
(with things such as creating, saving, destroying of complete databases,
creating, destroying and changing users rights, etc). As some DBMS may have
other things to configure, I want to create several components (one for users,
one for databases, etc) which can be called as independent components (with for
example "gnome-db-users", "gnome-db-databases"), and then create the global
config component as a grouping of all these individual components (in a
notebook). The benefits are that a client (such as gASQL) can choose to get
only one component, and at the same time a client can get the full config
component?  What's your opinion on this?

> Well, I've received the account today, so had no time. I'm not sure if
> I'll move the gnome-db web site there, since it's quite good to have it
> related with, but if the mailing lists continue like this,
> I'll maybe move only the mailing list.
> But please, give me a couple of days to put something, although I'm
> starting with a GNOME programming tutorial in Spanish, for a
> slashdot-like Spanish site.

Nice idea!
BTW, making CVS snapshots available daily IS a very good idea!



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