OK, thanks all.  I think tg-admin sql create is simply warning me that circular conditions exist.  The DB still gets created and seems usable.  I was worried that the warning was telling me of "trouble down the road" so to speak.

Thanks for the help all.  It's a nice way to join a discussion group.


On Mon, Jan 26, 2009 at 5:05 AM, Petr Jakeš <petr.jakes@tpc.cz> wrote:
  so that tg-admin runs it once but not on every import the model module?

Do not really know, but maybe this can help:

sql -- wrapper for sqlobject-admin

SQLObject includes a utility called sqlobject-admin. sqlobject-admin includes a number of handy features, including a command to create a database and another for recording a checkpoint to keep track of database changes.

Running tg-admin sql is equivalent to sqlobject-admin, but the tg-admin sql command will pass a command line parameter specifying the database to use (as pulled from the configuration file). sqlobject-admin also automatically knows where your model objects are stored, because of metadata put into Project.egg-info/sqlobject.txt when you run quickstart.

The tg-admin sql wrapper makes it possible to create your database just by running tg-admin sql create.

Beyond these default parameters, tg-admin sql just wraps sqlobject-admin. For further information about the commands and options available there, look at the documentation for sqlobject-admin itself.

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