Please see independent thread, I goofed when when making the original
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On 30/07/2012 11:30 PM, Doug Blank wrote:
> Welcome to Gramps! I presume that you are new to Gramps, as there are
> already tools to move Gramps data back and forth between SQL
> The most straightforward is the Sqlite import and export addons. You
> can get these via the auto updater build into Gramps 3.3 and greater.
> See menu -> Preferences -> general -> Check for updates, etc.
> The Sqlite exporter is 100% Gramps complete, exporting all of the
> genealogical data (doesn't export other items, like bookmarks, etc.)
> It has it all.
> You can also export via the Django exporter (and also import as well).
> This allows migration to many SQL-based systems. However, this design
> is based on an ORM and is automated. It is not easy to use without the
> Finally, we are completing web-based version of Gramps. It uses
> relational data for the browsing and querying, but it uses the Gramps
> BSDDB internal hierarchical structures for interfacing with Gramps
> code. Because we wanted to utilize all of the existing Gramps code, it
> was found too slow to do this with a relational data model. But the
> web-based version uses both, and can switch back and forth when
> Please feel free to ask additional questions, and read the extensive
> info at the wiki .
>  - http://www.gramps-project.org/wiki/index.php?title=Main_page
> On Mon, Jul 30, 2012 at 10:55 PM, john <john@...> wrote:
>> I am trying to determine what entities might be involved in a Gramps
>> Database, I am interested because I believe that Gramps should be
>> migrated to a SQL DB be that MySQL, Postgres or SQLite.
>> What modelling tools should we use, in order to make exchange of
>> information easier?
>> I believe that the following are the fundamental entities that are
>> involved: Person, Event, Relationship, Location, Source.
>> Are these the fundamentals? Are there others that should be included?
>> What should each of these entities contain?
>> John A
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