kandi X-RAY | dbsync Summary
kandi X-RAY | dbsync Summary
Small library for sync android SqlLite database to cloud storage (for now only GDrive).
Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA
- Starts the download process
- Serialize a table
- Copies a record into a record
- Insert name table
- Inserts name
- Inserts a name
- Select name
- Updates the name
- Sets the activity to be persisted
- Sets the activity to be saved
- Region ViewListener
- Invoked when the activity is created
- Called when the widget is created
- Insert a name
- Called when the activity is created
- Write database
- Write a single record
- Download file
- Write a table
- On create
- Create a new file for sync
- Upload a file
- Override this method to handle the activity result
- Serialize a JSON value to the column
- Region TableView
- Serialize a JSON value to a column value
dbsync Key Features
dbsync Examples and Code Snippets
Trending Discussions on dbsync
I have a PostgreSQL database containing a table with several 'timestamp with timezone' fields. I have a tool (DBSync) that I want to use to transfer the contents of this table to another server/database.
When I transfer the data to a MSSQL server all datetime values are replaced with '1753-01-01'. When I transfer the data to a PostgreSQL database all datetime values are replaced with '0001-01-01'. The smallest possible date for those systems.
Now i recreate the source-table (including contents) in a different database on the same PostgreSQL server. The only difference: the sourcetable is in a different database. Same server, same routing. Only ports are different. User is different but in each database I have the same rights.
How can it be that the database is responsible for an apparant different interpretation of the data? Do PostgreSQL databases have database-specific settings that can cause such behaviour? What database-settings can/should I check?
To be clear, I am not looking for another way to transfer data. I have several available. The thing that I am trying to understand is: how can it be that, if an application reads datetime info from table A in database Y on server X, it gives me the the wrong date while when reading the same table from database Z on server X will give me the data as it should be....
ANSWERAnswered 2018-Nov-29 at 07:23
It turns out that the cause is probably the difference in server-version. One is a Postgres 9 (works ok), the other is a Postgres 10 (does not work okay). They are different instances on the same machine. Somehow I missed that (blush).
With transferring I meant that I am reading records from a sourcedatabase (Postgresql) and inserting them in a targetdatabase (mssql 2017). This is done through the application, I am not sure what drivers it is using.
I wil work with the people who made the application. For those wondering: it is this application: https://dbconvert.com/mssql/postgresql/
When a solution is found I will update this answer with the found solution.
I have deleted a table from sqllite3 shell and then when I try creating it again by running python manage.py migrate/python manage.py makemigrations table is not created and showing below error. How to re-create the table and make my db and the API is insync. I tried with the python manage.py dbsync also but not worked....
ANSWERAnswered 2018-Feb-02 at 07:29
Django migrate command try to make all migrations (they hold in migrations directory) which are not done yet.
In here you have "0002_delete_questions" migration file in your migrations directory and when you run the migrate command this migration try to delete questions table from your database but this table is already deleted. So you can handle this in two way
- Delete this migration file from migrations directory in your project
- run this command
python manage.py migrate --fake cgkapp 0002_delete_questions(here 'cgkapp' is your app name and '0002_delete_questions' is your migration file name)
I'm trying to put my web site on line. For that, I've a debian and a jetty server. When I try to go on my web site, it show my the homepage, so, this is ok.
But, when I try to log in, it put me an error message.
It's working on my local machine with this configuration :...
ANSWERAnswered 2017-Sep-17 at 14:03
The connection may be timing out. Try adding this to the URL:
?connectTimeout=0&autoReconnect=true. For an even more reliable result, try using an external connection pool, e.g. Hikari, with appropriate reconnect properties. Cayenne can be instructed to use an external connection pool on startup via ServerRuntime.builder(..).dataSource(dataSource)..
I try to manage 2 databases in my symfony3 installation. I want to have two connections and not two managers because the second database is just for loading external data and not to use with the orm.
ANSWERAnswered 2017-Jan-23 at 15:22
__construct type hint against
\Doctrine\DBAL\Connection and define service like follows:
I'm trying to understand the first part of the next validation. Can I safely assume that the expression 'if not set(sys.argv)' is always False? Code is from the Ironic Project....
ANSWERAnswered 2017-Jan-03 at 18:52
You're reading it wrong. Python's
not has very low precedence, below that of
& (which isn't logical AND).
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You can use dbsync like any standard Java library. Please include the the jar files in your classpath. You can also use any IDE and you can run and debug the dbsync component as you would do with any other Java program. Best practice is to use a build tool that supports dependency management such as Maven or Gradle. For Maven installation, please refer maven.apache.org. For Gradle installation, please refer gradle.org .
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