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Posted: 05/11/2006, 8:13 AM


I'm using CodeCharge Studio 3.0, working locally in my Windows with LAMP working perfect. Indeed, moving to my Debian GNU/Linux server, isn't working since I got things like "Database Error: Table 'iris.Eyes' doesn't exist " and my table is called "eyes". In this case, in Windows obviously will work for a simple matter of caps. But the problem is not in the database, but in the code. How can I change all the references to that table "Eyes" to this new "eyes" in a easy step? since I really don't want to do it by hand. (I suposed that this issue was related to the Output format (Windows/Linux) but it didn't worked anyway.


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Posted: 05/11/2006, 11:44 AM

You can try closing CCS and using any Search & Replace utility to replace "Eyes" with "eyes" in all .ccp files in your project folder. Then reopen it with CCS and re-publish.
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Posted: 05/12/2006, 3:21 AM

And on afriendly note:
Table name capitalization is not a CCS issue, check your local database
and you will almost certainly see that you named the tables with capital
and on you production Linux you named the tables with lowercase.


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